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I'm looking for a complete list of S&W models in .22lr. Can anyone point me in the right direction?

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Lady Smith 1st, 2nd and 3rd
2ND, 3RD, 4TH models single shot
.22/32 Hand Ejector
K-22 Outdoorsman, Masterpiece, Combat Masterpiece
.22/32 Kit Gun, Air Weight and Target
That about brings you up to WW II
 
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Mexican Model from just after the war...still had the long action...
Then there would be the modern Speed Hammer action in the Post War Transitionals when S&W was abandoning the War effort and retooling...

Who's next? :)


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sorry justj and Giz, had to,
 

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I'd have to look in the "books" just to make sure none have been missed but they got 'em listed above pretty good,( nice picture ****..) then after WWII...the K-22 Target and Combat Masterpiece, the 22/32 Kits guns "again" ( still...)......... the Model 17, model 18 and the models 41 and 46, and Escort mdl 61 semi autos.......... hipnp

( yes, the "kit guns" were models 34 blue, and 63 ,stainless...) ;)
 

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Who could forget the .22 M&P Model 45 and Pre Model 45 "Post Office" guns?

There was also a pre-ww2 fixed sight variation of the Outdoorsmans built in very small quantities for the US Coast Guard.

Did any one mention the post war Model 35 and Pre Model 35 .22/32 6" Heavy Frame Target?

There was also a .22 auxiliary barrel for the Model of 1891...
 

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Don't forget the 617... got one in 6"...sooo shiny! P.S. Thanks for that album cover, Azmick...sure takes me back. -cw
 

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The Ladysmiths 1/2/3 were NOT .22 LR revolvers. Or rather, if you put long rifle ammo in them, they were .22 LR revolvers for only a shot or two.

On the barrel it said .22 S&W, which is what we call the .22 Long.
 

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Looks like a pretty comprehensive roundup, justj, but you might want to pick up a copy of Standard Caralogue of Smith and Wesson, 3d edition, online or at your local big box bookstore. That way you can really read in detail about each and every variation of each and every model.

Bill
 
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