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I’m giving you guys first crack at this one. Smith and Wesson .22lr airweight 43c for $525 shipped to your FFL.

Overall it’s in very good condition, it could be cleaned and there are a couple marks in the finish. One near the crown and one near the rear sight groove. I tried to get them in the pics but I can send more if needed. I have the box, papers, and original cable lock.
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Man I wish I had the funds for this. I've been looking for one

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I’ll do layaway if you’re interested
 

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When I was younger I worked at a gun shop part time and the owner, who was in his 70s, carried one of these as his EDC. Always surprised me that a guy that could own and carry just about anything he pleased would want to carry one of these. Never dawned on me that he probably forgot more than I knew - about everything.

Can't confirm if it was a .22 mag or .22lr, but I know it was an 8 shot lightweight .22.

What did this kid carry, you ask? The complete opposite. A G20 with 16 rds of CorBon 10mm. :grin:

GLWS!
 

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Nice and I never knew S&W made that pistol. As 10 MM Guy say above.....I will just say a 22LF/.22 Mag in hand is well worth more the .44 Mag home in the safe when the chips go down.

I have a 9 round High Standard and a couple little NNA .22 mags



8 rounds of wimpy .22 is worth Your Weight in Gold when the crap goes down.

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