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    K-22 Looking for Mfg. date and value

    I have a K-22 6 inch that is about 80-85 on bluing. Serial is K122806. It also has a period correct holster. It is a four screw.
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    1951 and it's a five screw. One is under the grip panel on the right side. I refuse to give estimates of value without good, in focus pictures.

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    Highpower,
    I will try to get pictures later and post for a better evaluation. Thanks

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    Welcome to the forum!
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    I'm just gonna make an educated guess about the value. I'd say $700 to $800 would be right.
    Jim

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    Quote Originally Posted by #1Busdriver View Post
    Highpower,
    I will try to get pictures later and post for a better evaluation. Thanks
    Sorry if I came off as a bit snarky, it's just that trying to give a value on anything sight unseen is nearly impossible. Added to equation is that percentage evaluations are totally subjective, i.e., my 80% may be someone else's 90%. Another factor is whether the stocks are original to the guns and their condition. Beat to snot stocks even if original to the gun will detract from the overall value.

    Think of it this way: It's like asking, I have a '67 Ford Mustang that has okay paint, how much is it worth?

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    highpower, I took the right grip off and still only count 4 screws. It also has a Brauer Brothers holster. It also has matching serial numbers on walnut grips. I took pictures but, can't get them to download properly. Thanks

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    Thanks

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    The fifth screw is in the front of the trigger guard.

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    Highpower I found it after watching a you-tube video of the 5 locations. Thanks


 
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