RARE Early Smith & Wesson Straight Line Target Single Shot Pist...
Item # 4441
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Started 2020-07-30 00:00:00
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RARE Early Smith & Wesson Straight Line Target Single Shot Pistol, .22 LR Cal., MFG 1925-1936, SN: 877, In Original Metal Case with Accessories, This unique pistol is one of only 1,870 produced. It resembles a semi-automatic pistol, however it is a single shot target pistol with a barrel that pivots to the left for loading. The top of the barrel rib is marked with the one line address & patent date, The right side is marked with the caliber designation & the left side is marked ''SMITH & WESSON''. The left rear of the frame is marked with the S&W trade mark, with the matching serial number on the butt, barrel latch & barrel. Pinned blade front & adjustable rear target sights, All blue finish rated at 99%. Fitted with smooth walnut grips with silver S&W medallions. Complete with original blued metal case which shows some light scuffing or spotting to top, with the ''S&W'' monogram stamped on lid. Green felt lined with a two piece cleaning rod & screwdriver. Appears to be nearly NIB in wonderful collectors condition & hard to improve on. FFL or C&R Req. - Value: 2000 to 4000


RARE Early Smith & Wesson Straight Line Target Single Shot Pist...
Item # 4441
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