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Click for more info .22 Long Rifle has 6 inch pinned barrel with adjustable sights. The firearm shows wear and fading on the barrel, but the action is still crisp for it's age. Click for more info Serial #K236840, .22 LR, 6" barrel with an excellent, bright bore.

Click for more info S&W, Combat Masterpiece, mdl 18-4, .22LR, 4" barrel, made in 1977, 100% condition, like new, manufactured 1977, all original. Retaining considerable blue with some storage issues on the remainder of the finish. Click for more info Here is a Smith & Wesson Model K-22 Woodsman in caliber .22 Long Rifle.

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. Rare, 2nd Model variation, only 1067 produced before wartime demands for service revolvers halted production.

Its design is one of the most imitated knife patterns in the world.

The blade, like with the bulk of Buck knives, is hollow ground (very nicely) with no noticeable imperfections. The blade is just shy of 3/16 inches thick, which is definitely on the meatier side of things.Buck Knives primarily manufactures sport and field knives and is credited with inventing the "folding hunting knife" and popularizing it to such a degree that the term "buck knife" has become synonymous with folding lockback knives, including those made by other manufacturers.Before 1981, the specially heat treated stainless steel used was 440C, from 1981 to 1992 it was 425M, and after 1993 Buck has used 420HC stainless steel. Click for more info .22 rimfire, 6" barrel, finished blue with checkered walnut grips.The Model 18 is a double action revolver built with the square-butt K t ...

The blade, like with the bulk of Buck knives, is hollow ground (very nicely) with no noticeable imperfections. The blade is just shy of 3/16 inches thick, which is definitely on the meatier side of things.

Buck Knives primarily manufactures sport and field knives and is credited with inventing the "folding hunting knife" and popularizing it to such a degree that the term "buck knife" has become synonymous with folding lockback knives, including those made by other manufacturers.

Before 1981, the specially heat treated stainless steel used was 440C, from 1981 to 1992 it was 425M, and after 1993 Buck has used 420HC stainless steel.

Click for more info .22 rimfire, 6" barrel, finished blue with checkered walnut grips.

The Model 18 is a double action revolver built with the square-butt K t ...

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