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Old 02-16-2021, 06:31 PM
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Came across this excellent nickel 34-1 recently, and had to grab it up. Now I've got one for each of the girls (5 and almost 3). They love shooting it with CCI Quiet ammo. I figure that if I get them hooked on shooting now, and they won't be able to afford drugs later.

I added the smooth targets when I got it back to the house. I'm a sucker for smooth targets and have them on all my revolvers, along with several spare sets for each frame.
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I prefer the checked




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Old 02-16-2021, 07:48 PM
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I've got smooth square butts and checkered round butt targets. I like anything from that era.
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Nice purchase. I've always liked the S&W's in .22 LR. Even more now that they are the only affordable ones to shoot. That looks like a very clean example.
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Very nice looking little kit gun! Congratulations on finding that one. In due time, the young ladies should have a lot of fun with it.
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