Click for more info Smith and Wesson K-22 Target Masterpiece pre-1955.
Built on the square butt K frame, having a narrow serrated top rib with no taper on the barrel.
3-1/2" bbl, 7-shot fluted cylinder and semi-circle sight. 4" barrel and Adjustable rear sight with red front ramp . Click for more info This is a beautiful Smith & Wesson Model 18 in 22 LR, blued with 4in barrel. Click for more info ONE OF THE MOST PRACTICAL OF THE MODERN S&Ws IS THIS MODEL 63-5 STAINLESS STEEL .22LR KITGUN WITH EJECTOR SHROUDED 3" BARREL AND 8-SHOT CYLINDER, appears new in original box with S&W mark ... Click for more info SMITH & WESSON MODEL 651 4” STAINLESS RARE 1ST MOEL RUN, SERIAL R33248X THIS IS SERIALIZED DIFFERENT FOR THE FIRST RUN OF 902 PISTOLS, (SEE STANDARD CATILOG OF S&W) FACTORY CORRECT ...
It has a carbon steel frame and cylinder and holds 6 rounds. Click for more info Smith and Wesson Model 617-4 K-22 Masterpiece Stainless Full Lug 10-shot .22LR.
Overseas orders — For 1 issue, add ; For 2–8 issues, add ; For 9–20 issues, add . Original format, .95 *Volume Nine, Number Five; September/October 1987 The Model 1871 Ward-Burton — “Our First Bolt Action;” Old Long Tom: A Collector’s Historical Guide to the U. Springfield “Trapdoor” Rifle 1866–1884; John Armstrong; U. Socket Bayonets Imported by France during the Franco-Prussian War, 1870–71. *Volume Nine, Number Six; November/December 1987 Shooting a Stand: Buffalo Rifles on the West Texas Frontier; Hopkins and Allen 1868–1915: A Thumbnail History; The Best of All Devices...? Original format, .95 top of page *Volume Eleven, Number One; January/Feburary 1989 Guns of the Rough Riders, Part I: Colt Single Action Army Revolvers; Abiel Pease — Connecticut Sword Maker; Hidden Thunder: A Brief Overview of Disguised Weaponry. *Volume Eleven, Number Two; March/April 1989 Some Comments of the Blake Rifle; An Enigma... A New Look at Some Long-Accepted Features; The Japanese Matchlock: A Short History; Colt Single Action Revolvers of the Rough Riders: An Addendum; “That Dread Optic:” Telescopic Sights of the Frontier. *Volume Eleven, Number Four; July/August 1989 Guns of the Rough Riders, Pt.
You can also e-mail us with your order or any questions you may have. Starred (*) issues are only available as color copies, comb-bound with a protective plastic cover. Scroll down to browse or click year: '79 | '80 | '81 | '82 | '83 | '84 | '85 | '86 | '87 | '88 | '89 | '90 | '91 | '92 | '93 | '94 | '95 | '96 | '97 | '98 | '99 | 2000 | '01 | '02 | '03 | '04 | '05 | '06 | '07 | '08 *Volume One, Number One; January/February 1979 Requiem for a Colloquialism; Hell’s Angels on Horseback: The United States Dragoons; A New England Gunsmith: George Pratt Foster 1810–1874; Small Swords—Overlooked Collectibles; The Jasper Parrish Pipe Tomahawk; Uniforms of the Confederate States Navy; The “Fourth” Reich: Reproduction Nazi Edged Weapons and How to Spot Them; Best of Springfield: Theodore Roosevelt and the ‘03 Rod Bayonet. *Volume One, Number Two; March/April 1979 Las Vegas and Houston: A Tale of Two Arms Shows; The Turkish Connection: the Saga of the Peabody-Martini Rifle; Stolen: A Town’s Treasure; In Search of Jeremiah Snow—Revolutionary War Sword Cutler; Making Displays with Plastic; A Consumer’s Guide to Civil War Breechloaders; Daniel Smith: Frontier Surveyor; Soldiers in the Attic (Your Dad’s Toy Soldiers May Be Gold in Today’s Market); Best of Springfield: Experimental Weapon — or Joke? *Volume One, Number Three; May/June 1979 The Gunsmith as Detective: Tracing the Tulle Marine Musket; The Berdan Sharps Rifle; Swords of the Masonic Orders; A Missing-Link Bayonet; Elisha Crain’s Siege of Boston Map Horn; Gunpowder Containers: Colorful Collectibles; An Appreciation of a Late English Flintlock; Best of Springfield: All Present and Accounted For? *Volume One, Number Four; July/August 1979 The Gunmakers of Doune; The Earliest Scottish Basket-Hilted Swords; Collecting Highland Military Regalia; Underground Warfare: Hunting for Relics on Civil War Battlefields; Committee of Safety Musket — Prove It! The Bourne Auction; Best of Springfield: The Boxlock Martial. *Volume One, Number Five; September/October 1979 Colt & the Old Model S (circa 1915–1947); The Baltimore City Police Baby Russians; Brown Besses at Boston; Dr. A Gun to End All Wars; Thoughts on the Eaglehead Hanger; America’s Finest Revolutionary Powder Horn Engraver; The Great Collectors: Charles Samuel Addams; Best of Springfield: An Interesting Battlefield Relic. *Volume One, Number Six; November/December 1979 Airborne to Normandy: The Allies Prepare; Guns of the American Indians; Swords for Officers of the Staff and Staff Corps; The Fairbairn-Sykes: Britain’s Famed World War II Commando Knife; Profile: Robert F. 8928E; A Budget Rifle of Yesteryear: The 1893 Steyr-Jeffrey; The Military Colt Pocket Automatic Pistols. *Volume Four, Number Five; September/October 1982 From Tula, with Love? Volume Five, Number Two; March/April 1983 Colt’s London Engraving; Perry Carbines; Overseas Gun Shows; Sears Roebuck Cowboy Special — Top of the Line; 19th Century Corps Badges of the U. Original format, .95 *Volume Five, Number Five; September/October 1983 The Winchester ‘07 Police Rifle; Arming the Associators: The Documentation of the “Pennsylvania Committee of Safety” Musket; Not So Shining Armor: The Development of Body Armor in World War I; Scottish Silver Hilts; The Colt Manufacturing Company Fales Report. *Volume Five, Number Six; November/December 1983 An Iron Frame Griswold; An Obscure Confederate Sword Maker: Jacob Faser (1823–1891); Rare Confederate Field Gun Identified in Louisiana; Identifying the Scarce Richmond-Made Rifle-Musket; A Mid-18th Century British Grenadier’s Sword; Aristocratic Arms Collectors: A History of Famous European Aficionados, Part II; Her Majesty’s Breechloader: The Snider Enfield. top of page *Volume Six, Number One; January/February 1984 The Ruggles Family: Early 19th Century New England Gunmakers; A Very Important “P” Model Colt; A Collector’s Introduction to Ruger; The Evolution of the Post-Civil War US. Original format, .95 Volume Seven, Number Four; July/August 1985 Henry Deringer’s Early Years; Evolution of the Socket Bayonet in America; Sengo Muramasa, Infamous Swordsmith; Homers of Bilston, South Staffordshire, English Gunlockmakers to America; Tribute to Merrill K. Original format, .95 Volume Eight, Number Six; November/December 1986 Colt Navy-Navies: Survival Rates and Scarcity; British Breechloading Shotgun; Howard Thunderbolt; Under and Over Pistols of Durs & Joseph Egg. Ehbets: Competitors at First, Teammates at Their Best; Colonel Phipps and His Missing Colt; Artillery Model: The Rejuvenation of the Colt’s Revolver, Cal .45; Tales Told by Two Paterson Colts. *Volume Ten, Number Five; September/October 1988 Ghost King’s Armour: An Extraordinary Child’s Armour Discovered; Long Arms of the Bluejackets: Rifles of the U. Navy and Marine Corps, 1867–1900; Guest Editorial: Mel Torme; Assn.
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