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The Curtiss Model 41 Lark was a commercial biplane manufactured by Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Company that was used by pioneering airmail, airline and bush pilots in the 1920s.
For sale is an Unfired Smith & Wesson Model 41:
- 2lb. 9oz.
- 5 1/2" Barrel
- Target Wood Grip
- (1) 10rd Magazine
- Original Case
Asking $1,500. Thank you for viewing and please PM any questions.
I’ve got a beautiful model 41 manufactured in 1967. This is the most desirable vintage of this pistol in terms of quality, and it DOES have the cocking indicator.
After buying this pistol, I performed the following upgrades:
Replaced the recoil spring with a Wolfe standard power spring...
This barrel is from Clark Custom Guns. it is a S&W 41 Model 41/Bullseye Optic Model w/extended top strap 6.5” part number CLK-570-BOP-6.5 with Front & Rear Sights S&W 41 Mill Barrel and install Front Dove Tail Black Front Sight & Bomar Style Black Rear Sight part number S5-SW-sight-01. Winning...
Here is another firearm from a local estate.
This is a minty model 41 .22. It’s had exactly two magazines put thru it. Then put away.
It has the original box, paperwork, lock and the two factory magazines. 2005 mfg.
5 1/2” barrel
Top of the barrel is drilled and tapped for a...
Does anyone else here have a S&W Model 41 .22 target pistol? Popular with bullseye shooters and other eccentrics hung up on accuracy above all, it's been in production since the '50s. What is your experience with your 41? Mine is very accurate, but finicky about what ammo it likes, which is not...