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    K-22 K 98XXX price?

    I have a K22 that I got when my father passed away. The number on the bottom of the stock is K98,1XX. I was wondering if anyone could help me with the value of my S&W, it is in fairly good condition although I do not have the box.


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    Re: K-22 K 98XXX price?

    If it was from my father who had passed away, I would consider it priceless.
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    Re: K-22 K 98XXX price?

    Why would want to know? You are going to keep thar priceless K-22, right? Any number we give you today will be obsolete next year, so you would have to constantly up-date the value. If it were mine, I would just keep the priceless gun and never look back.

    BTW for your info, it was shipped in 1970.
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    Re: K-22 K 98XXX price?

    Of course im keeping it, I love my S&W. I just know nothing about it and would like to. Thanks for replies though, all is appreciated.

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    Re: K-22 K 98XXX price?

    Actually, the K+5-digit serial numbers were exhausted in 1950. K-22s from the first postwar decade in very good to excellent condition have routinely sold for $550-650 in the last couple of years, sometimes for a little bit more. If you are thinking about insuring it, I'd pick $1000 as a round number with room to grow as the value appreciates through time. Revisit the valuation in another four or five years.
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