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Old 12-04-2016, 11:14 PM
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When I registered and posted about my K-22 I said I had never owned a Smith and Wesson. I was mistaken. I forgot all about this one. Don't know what model it is. Label says SW5150. I've never taken it out of the plastic wrapper.
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Welcome to the forum the K-22 has to be the all time greatest 22 revolver ever made. I remember back in 1975 I purchased a JP Sauer Medallion that was a close match to the K-22 for hunting rabbits. Then traded it for the real thing a K-22 and have never been without one since. Collecting S&W items can be a challenge of a lifetime.
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Thanks. Yes, I really like the K-22. Took it to the range and shot up a box of ammo. It is a real sweet shooter. I think I'm going to try some subsonic ammo though. It is very noisy with HV. Anyway I was going through my knife collection and ran across this. It had completely slipped my mind.
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Nice looking S&W knife!
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K22/Model 17 are great shooters and very accurate.
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Thanks. I bought the knife because I like the look of it. Nice commemerative.

Yes the K-22 is amazingly accurate. I tested it from a bench rest at 25 yds. It shoots far more accurately than I do. It's especially amazing considering it's age.
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