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Hello I have a smith and wesson .22 long rifle revolver pistol...S/N

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Hello I have a smith and wesson .22 long rifle revolver pistol...S/N is 441882, I would like to know the value of it
Submitted: 4 years ago.
Category: Firearms
Expert:  TOM replied 4 years ago.


Do you have the Model number. Swing the cylinder out and look at the hinge area, the model number should be stamped there if it was made from 1957 to the present.

If it is not there, I need the barrel length, number of shots and anything stamped on the frame or barrel.



Customer: replied 4 years ago.
barrel lenght is 6 has a patent number which is dated dec 29 1914...39751 is stamped on the hinge area.
Expert:  TOM replied 4 years ago.


I believe your gun is the 22/32 hand Ejector Standard Model. It has a 6 shot fluted cylinder and a 6" barrel. The finish is blued with checkered walnut grips. It was continued after 1957 as the Model 35. The values are:

excellent-$600, very good-$400, good-$250, fair-$200, poor-$125.

I hope this helps you,


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