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Old June 23rd, 2021, 05:21 AM #131
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Buck Mark Target 5.5.
Bolt on the 3x Burris and shoot silhouette.
Take off the scope and sight shroud and shoot steel.
Embarrass most other .22LR pistols for accuracy.
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My Mom was going through some old paperwork and found the receipt for my S&W Mod. 17 .22cal.

July of 1976 from Bart's Sports World in Glen Burnie......at a screamingly expensive price of $165 out the door!!!!!

It was a H.S. Graduation Present......

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Still have it? That was a helluva price.
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Still have it? That was a helluva price.
Yeap, and added his big brother to the stable too!!! Mod. 19 .357 Mag. in '84 - '85 timeframe.

Speaking of pricing, both were bought new and there was less than $500 involved in purchasing both

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Yeap, and added his big brother to the stable too!!! Mod. 19 .357 Mag.

Speaking of pricing, both were bought new and there was less than $500 involved in purchasing both

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Awesome. I remember going into a Montgomery Wards back in the early 80's and buying a Model 19 with my Wards card. I bought my first 19 around '76 and a dude at Maryland Small Arms Range name Mike did a little work to it for me. 19's were my favorites.
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