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  1. S&W - Gunsmithing
    Hi all, I have a brand new Victory which failed to fire & eject Eley Club RN. It’s factory bull barrel. I then said “ok, let me try cheaper stuff…same situation” it seemed extremely dry. So I broke it down and oiled/etc. have not shot it yet BECAUSE 1. the factory grips (which I was going to...
  2. Smith & Wesson Rimfire Guns
    I thought I would just add my 2 cents here.... Just got my new SW22 PC to the range yesterday. Oh my! I don't think I've had that much fun shooting in years! Easy to shoot well Cheap to run Looks amazingly cool and a head turner at the range Guys shooting big boy canons all wanted to take a...
  3. Smith & Wesson Rimfire Guns
    Where do you get your extra Victory .22 mags? Smith & Wesson? Cabelas? Ebay? Somewhere else? Deguns.net where I got the gun from is out. Which is too bad because their price was $22.99.
  4. S&W Revolvers 1857 to 1945
    Hello Everyone, I'm new to S&W Forums. I just acquired my first S&W revolver and I have some questions about it. I have attached photos. I hear that you all like photos. S&W was able to tell me that it was a Victory Model manufactured in 1943. It appears to have had the barrel shortened. Not...
  5. S&W Revolvers 1857 to 1945
    I have inheirated a S&W .38 special Victory Model. It doesn't have the lanyard though. It is a 2" barrel and I can't find much on the 2" barrel. I have noticed that there is a lot of discussion about the 4" barrel, but is there anyone who can tell me a little more on the 2" barrel. Also I...
  6. S&W Revolvers 1857 to 1945
    I believe I have a Victory Model from the mid 40's. It has been passed down three generations in my family and is now my wife's carry weapon (until she decides what she wants as a permanent carry). S/N V114517 There are no foreign armory markings, and no US Property or US Navy marks. I've...
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