Discussion in 'Handgun Classifieds' started by wollow, Apr 18, 2013.
bump and price drop
bump and price drop to $475
OOOO, This is nice. I have a Victory that I love and it is very similar to this. Great design for a revolver.
It's hard to put an exact date on it, but based on the serial number and the fact that it does not have a pinned barrel, your gun was likely produced sometime between 1982 and 1985.
thanks for your help w/ the date.
According to The Standard Catalog of S&W, the 10-7 was produced in 1977 only.
Hope this helps.
Thank you K-22. I might be tempted to keep a gun from my birth year. It is funny. For whatever reason, Smith & Wesson's seem to be hard to figure out their manufacture date. I have this and another S&W, I attempted to figure it out on my own and include that information in the original post. I stalked the S&W forums and finally came to the conclusion that many before me have. Buy the book or send into S&W (w/ $50) for authentication. I decided to sell this one and not worry about it. The K-22 I have is a early gun w/ a 4" barrel. I am going to get that one lettered.
I do appreciate the imput on date of manufacture and one would hope you could trust the catalog. It is a nice gun regardless.
If I may be so bold as to ask, what is the model and serial # of your K-22?
Orig grips? Box papers etc?
Perhaps I can give you some info.
I will start a new thread in handgun discussion w/ the k22's info and a few pic's. Thanks for any assistance in advance. Without actually posting it on S&W forum's. I really get the impression that I need to have it lettered. But ill post it and see what you everyone here have to say about it: )
bump and price drop.
What did you drop it to? Its been at 475$ for sometime.
I meant to make it $450.
Per SCSW, AHR s/n is from mid-1985. Models 10-7 (tapered barrel) and 10-8 (heavy barrel) were mfr'd concurrently, from 1977 to 1988.
any interest in a trade for a complete ar-15 lower?
pm me w/ what brand and trade details. Not really interested unless it was a high end lower.
bump final price drop $425 firm or trade.
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