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S&W 14-4 new in box

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by 4D5, Dec 5, 2016.

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  1. 4D5

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    It’s been a while since I went to the Big Reno Gun Show. This time I went looking for a M14. I found this new in box at a negotiated price of $675.

    Recently I purchased a used 14-5 LNIB (posted here a while ago), however I didn’t discover, until I was home and was cleaning, that the locking bolt was seriously altered. After replacing the locking bolt, the ranging rod kissed the front of the cylinder. I sent it to S&W and they replaced it (plus $150) with a new 586, which I promptly sold as I have several and wanted a M14.

    I’m quite happy with the first range trip.

    Box & Tools
    DOB ~1980
    6” bbl

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    Great classic target gun that will shoot that small 7 yard group at 25 yards. U have enough gun. Just get out and practice more often.
     
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  3. red rick

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    Nice find , the 14 is one of my favorites as you see .
     
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  4. Bullseye

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    Very NICE!
    My last revolver I bought is a S&W 13-2 made in 1979 unfired in box last month.
    You are tempting me to shoot the darn thing. Looks like you had no problem making your 14 used.
     
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  5. bannockburn

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    Nice score with the Model 14! Looks great and shoots great!
     
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  6. 4D5

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    No I didn't. I bought this one to shoot!
    Now I have to get busy and load up some wad cutters.
     
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  7. Salmoneye

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    Nice...

    My Sister inherited Dad's 14-4 with box etc...Dad never shot it, but my Sister does...

    She loves the thing...
     
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