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    S&W K22's

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    Variations of the K22.
    1. Early variation of 4 inch K22. Most all other 4 inch K22's have a Baughman ramp front sight. 4 pics.
    2. A later variation of a K22. S&W Model 17-6. 1 pic.
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    Here are three K-22s. One from '48, '68 and '88. Kind of a neat progression 20 years at a time...
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    Got to like these .22 revolvers. Terrible pics of my 2,( 17-3 6" and 17-4 long barrel) but they shoot well. Need to get the 8 3/8ths out more. Found 2 that are better.

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    They all are some beautiful S&W .22 revolvers guys.
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    Here is the one I was lucky enough to stumble upon...

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    The model 17 we have here, here paired with a model 14:



    is the favorite pistol we have for new shooters we introduce to the sport, they love the simplicity of the revolver and not having to worry about fiddling with controls, practically no recoil and low report and just fun value. We provide ear and eye protection and will even supply ammo for the first trip or two and after that ask them to chip in if they want to go shooting again, practically everybody does chip in and makes the trip!
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    Have a 17 no dash 4 screw model with Magna stocks numbered to the gun and a Model 17-3 both 6 inch. The 17-3 has what I believe to be a nicely done modified front sight in the Baughman style rather than the more common Patridge Sight.Name:  IMG_4213 (1).JPG
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    All I've got is a couple of old 6" K22's, both made in 1948.

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    My 17-6 from 1988 with Ahrends Retro Target Moradillo grips.



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