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I've seen a number of "Ultimate" threads but couldn't find one for the M-17, so let's right this injustice to a deserving revolver.

I'll kick it off with my 17-3. I don't know it's birth date so I may have to post SN later in the thread since I don't have it right now.
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Will a K22 Outdoorsman fit in here?


Or a 17-4


Or maybe a 617-6
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Will a K22 Outdoorsman fit in here?

You betcha, let's show those K-frame .22s some love !

Man I gotta work on my gun photograph skills:-)
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A -2 at the top, a coupla' "pre" model rimfires and a Outdoorsman.

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Well it has to have sights I can see and a smooth trigger.
I think this ones a non model marked 4 screw IIRC





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Don't have photos but I have the following: (1) 6" 4-screw pre 17; (2) 6" 17, (3) 6" 17-2, (4) 6" 17-3, (5) 6" 17-4, (6) 8 3/8 " 17-4.
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Don't have photos but I have the following: (1) 6" 4-screw pre 17; (2) 6" 17, (3) 6" 17-2, (4) 6" 17-3, (5) 6" 17-4, (6) 8 3/8 " 17-4.
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Good thread! My favorite squirrel getter .
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I have been working on building the k-22 collection. First picture is a hard to find bright blue pre 17 4 screw. Next in line a pre 17 single line. Third is a pre war O.D. I have been keeping a eye out for a model 18. Mike The Ultimate K-22/Model 17 Thread-dscn0404-jpg

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Dang, I almost forgot my M18-2.
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Here are some of mine:



A Shiney One:





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1948 K22,wearing pre war service grips,engraved in Germany in the 1950's.
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Here is a Pre-War K-22 Outdoorsman 1st Model (1936):



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Looks amazingly similar to a Pre-27!

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Here is the first S&W I ever bought. I was a 20 year old college student in 1957. It's still with me 57 years later.



And here is the box it came in. "Hey Fred, I got a K-22 coming for shipment, break out the white stamp."


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Sir, you may need to take another look at the photo you posted. its not what you labeled it as! TAROMAN niled it!
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Posted this a while back, but time for a 2nd look:

OK, time from a break from all the NIB treasures and safe queens. Want to share a K22 that's worked - hard - from the day it was purchased new in 1952.

A gent in his 80s brought this into the LGS. He was seeking advice as to what he should "do" with it now.

He purchased it (K150xxx) new in 1952. Carried it working traplines in western Oregon for 60 years. It "lived" in this holster for the entire period, stored in it too.

Finish is 1/2 gone, rust and scratches. Even a ring in the barrel. But it worked on, decade after decade. He has no idea of how many animals it dispatched, including more than a few bears, he says.

As for what to "do" with it, I'd say an honored retirement is in order.



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Glad I started this thread, very educational, and humbling. I had never heard of a nickel K22.

Ok, my meager one 17-3 is numbered 6K33xxx.
Can someone give me a year?

Thanks for all the awesome pics.

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Two of my favorites, a 617 no dash and an early postwar K-22.
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Glad I started this thread, very educational, and humbling. I had never heard of a nickel K22.

Ok, my meager one 17-3 is numbered 6K33xxx.
Can someone give me a year?

Thanks for all the awesome pics.
Probably 1974
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OK, time from a break from all the NIB treasures and safe queens. Want to share a K22 that's worked - hard - from the day it was purchased new in 1952.

A gent in his 80s brought this into the LGS. He was seeking advice as to what he should "do" with it now.

He purchased it (K150xxx) new in 1952. Carried it working traplines in western Oregon for 60 years. It "lived" in this holster for the entire period, stored in it too.

Finish is 1/2 gone, rust and scratches. Even a ring in the barrel. But it worked on, decade after decade. He has no idea of how many animals it dispatched, including more than a few bears, he says.

As for what to "do" with it, I'd say an honored retirement is in order.




The experience & story behind it are worth more than if it were unfired & 95% + condition.

The gentleman must not have had anyone to pass it on to.
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Wow ... Way to understate a couple amazing K22s.
A LERK with Sanderson's and another with an original box and I assume original stocks!
Beautiful!

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Looks amazingly similar to a Pre-27!

If it dates to "1936" then it is a first model ...........sometimes known as a "Registered Magnum"......LOL

The holes in that gun do look a little large for a 17
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OK, time from a break from all the NIB treasures and safe queens. Want to share a K22 that's worked - hard - from the day it was purchased new in 1952.
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As for what to "do" with it, I'd say an honored retirement is in order.


A beautiful gun. I've got K32xxx here that is its twin, from 1948 if I remember right. It is honored by continuing to be carried and shot.


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17 no dash and 18-3. Also have a 617. I need to get all three in a phot together.
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A 17-2 from 1968. My favorite 22.
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Only have one(for now) K22. It's a 6 inch,TT,TH,TS 17-2.; Ser.#K729558. Don't know what the birthdate would be. I do know it is a great shooter, and I prefer it to my Model 41.

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While not a 17 or 617. This is a model 35-2 6" It is a J frame .22 caliber. Purty ain't she.
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