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My Latest Find

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by Ala Dan, May 2, 2007.

  1. Ala Dan

    Ala Dan Member in memoriam

    is a recessed chamber, square butt, six shot S&W model 34-1 in .22LR.
    Factory nickel, with adjustable sights, and a M202XXX S/N which dates
    it to 1982. This little gem is pristine, but with NO box or docs. I won't
    post the price I paid for it, cuz I got flamed badly in doing so on my
    last pic~! :uhoh: :scrutiny: ;)

    Sorry for the poor photography, as I'm not up too snuff yet with
    the digi-cam~!

    Attached Files:

  2. Walkalong

    Walkalong Moderator

    Cool gun. I would never flame on price. You are the only one who has to be happy with it. No, I don't want to know. Glad you are happy with your new friend. :)

    ROLL TIDE !!!
  3. deputy tom

    deputy tom Well-Known Member

    Good for you Dan.I am envious.tom.
  4. gomer

    gomer Well-Known Member

    Wow! That thing is cool! I've had my eye open for one of those for a while, but have never came across one for sale. Congrats on the great purchase.
  5. jt1

    jt1 Well-Known Member

    Smith & Wesson, a value at any price.
  6. colubrid

    colubrid Well-Known Member

    Now I really want to know the price. :uhoh:
  7. Ala Dan

    Ala Dan Member in memoriam

    I paid more for this one than I do most~! :uhoh:


    But, I have seen the 2" factory nickel square butt model S&W 34-1's go
    for $499. ;) :D
  8. sean m

    sean m Well-Known Member

    very nicely done on the find and the price
  9. P95Carry

    P95Carry Moderator Emeritus

    Nice find Dan - that is one of the other .22's I would be very happy to find.
  10. Gustav

    Gustav Well-Known Member

    Glad to see someone else like these classic kit guns.
    Great find.
  11. sm

    sm member

  12. Brian Williams

    Brian Williams Moderator Emeritus

    I have a 35-1 that is a great gun and very accurate. Nice price but I beat it by $50 when I bought mine.
  13. Ala Dan

    Ala Dan Member in memoriam

    Many thanks folks, to all that replied. I bought the 2" S&W "Kit Gun" from
    an individual that really "knew his S&W's"; and once I reached $350, I
    couldn't go any further~!
  14. DAdams

    DAdams Well-Known Member

    :fire: :fire: Flame you allright:fire: :fire: You stole it. No wonder you got flamed. You robbed the poor sole.

    But seriously Dan a beautiful example of the genre.

    Maybe while I'm in TN for the summer you can let me know of any throwbacks or doubles you run across.
  15. Iggy

    Iggy Well-Known Member

    Dang, some guys can walk across a cow pasture and come up with roses,
    All I ever git is "stuff" on my boots!!!:( :evil:
  16. Diamondback

    Diamondback Well-Known Member

    Real handsome, Dan ! I'm a big fan of nickel Smith's, and your's is a "looker" for sure.

    - Regards
  17. fiVe

    fiVe Well-Known Member

    Great piece. Thanks for posting the pic.
  18. wcwhitey

    wcwhitey Well-Known Member

    Kit Guns are just cool. What a great little can killer. If you like it, does not matter what price you paid, it's your money. Bill
  19. rbert0005

    rbert0005 Well-Known Member


    Nice gun...

    Take your pics outside in natural light. Works for me.

  20. nitesite

    nitesite Well-Known Member

    See, there actually are some nice things in Alabama! :D

    Great acquisition, Dan! S&W .22 revolvers are a definite treat.

    Does it have the tight chambers that some S&Ws are kown for? I once had a Model 18 that I couldn't shoot three cylinders thru without cleaning out the chambers. Had to beat the durn cases out!

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