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    Congrats on a great addition, I had one years ago and let it go for some dumb reason. I only miss it once in a while....and now I miss it.
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    .22 magnums are downright addicting. In my experience they out penetrate most handgun calibers including the .357 & are a very accurate, flat shooting round. That should make an excellent shooter & if you ever decide you don't like it there are usually a lot of folks looking for one. I walked into a gun show w/ 1 once & for the next 1/2 hour had a bidding/trading war going that ended w/ 2 happy guys (me & the new owner) & 6-8 somewhat disappointed.
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    Deermatt,
    Don't get me wrong. Any Model 48 is better than none at all. Mine has so much wear you would think it was wiped down with a lead cloth thinning the bluing to the point little is left. But it's a great shooter, and that's what they were made to do anyway. I hope you can enjoy your's as much as those of us that have one enjoy ours.
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    Beautiful, practical revolver in a marvelous caliber.
    Like you, I would have been very happy to have found it and become the new owner.
    Enjoy your new revolver.

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    NICE FIND!!! CONGRATS!!! I shoot this one- yeah, she will start to get stiff after 2/4 cylinders full at the range00 a quick brush on the rear of the cylinder takes care of that. In the feild it doesn't matter. When I got her a few years back, I began stocking up on some ammo for her. Glad I did, Oh yeah, I believe her to be first year production.

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    That is a beauty.
    All of you are such enablers.
    I finally get to where I think I have all the s&w models I need , and someone starts a post like this.
    Thanks for the great pictures and adding another to my want list.
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    Deermatt, that is one beautiful .22 Mag!!

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    Nice 48-4, I picked one up 2 weeks ago myself. A 8.375 with faint turn line and thin wear at muzzle, paid $800. Maybe too much, don't know, don't care.


 
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