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    Model 41....need help with serial number

    I'm purchasing a 7" Model 41, used. Got very lucky by mentioning to my LGS that someday I'd like to own one. Unknown manufacture date, I'm guessing it's less than 30 yrs old. Serial number TAN4921. Can anyone help me out to figure out the year?

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    Likely 1986
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    How'd you come up with that/

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    The Standard Catalog of Smith & Wesson. More modern autos and revolvers can be a little more tricky to pin down. Here is what it says.

    1986. TAK7878
    1987. TAT2512
    1987. TBC--- to TBL---
    1988. TBL--- to TCB

    Etc.
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    Exactly 30 years old...
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    I appreciate the feedback! I used my last handgun purchase permit (NJ) this week to get the SW 617 revolver, and THAT was fun at the range yesterday! Should have another permit next week and will be picking up my 30yr old Model 41. Very excited about that one. I put some dummy rounds in and dry fired it at the LGS, wow that trigger is butter. Can't wait. That'll be the 4th .22 I've picked up this year, I think I'm becoming a collector....

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    I just bought a Model 41 serial number UCN 81xx. Anyone know the year?

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    Quote Originally Posted by irishbob View Post
    I used my last handgun purchase permit (NJ) this week to get the SW 617 revolver

    Should have another permit next week and will be picking up my 30yr old Model 41.

    That'll be the 4th .22 I've picked up this year, I think I'm becoming a collector....
    Handgun purchase permit?!?!

    Pitiful , just pitiful!


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    to the forums from the Wiregrass, Mongo1! The only info we have is UCE was 2009 and UCU was 2013. Do you have the box? The manufacture date is on the label.
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