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    .22 revolver

    I am looking for a second .22 revolver. My choices are a Mod. 34 or Mod. 63, either with a 4 inch barrel. I have a 617 with 6" barrel. It may take some time to find either of them. I will stand by and see what the forum members have to offer. Thanks for your help.

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    Re: .22 revolver

    Here is a picture of my S&W Model 34 with genuine Pearl Grips. Every woods rambler or Smith collectors NEEDS one of these wonderful little "Kit Guns" in their hands.



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    Dale, You'd be crazy .......to take that one into the woods. Bob
    When you want the BEST! Bob

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    Here's my model 34. IMO, the kit guns are much harder to shoot accurately and have much heavier triggers than the bigger K22's. That said, once you master shooting them they are a lot of fun and so make for a great little woods gun.

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    I would like to find one of them M-34's, but a shooter, not a nice one like that! My M-17 needs a little brother. 'Course, my M-36 needs one too, but in the snubby persuasion. It would be for cheap SD practice.....without using .38's. Bob
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    I bought as as new 4" nickel 34 several months ago. It is harder to master than the bigger Smiths. I can regularly bounce shotgun hulls from about 30 feet from my shooting platform.
    They are fun guns. Meant to be shot.

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    Re: .22 revolver

    Thanks for the input and the images were great. I will move now to the second stage of buying, the search is on.

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    great collection of guns guys thank you


 

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