Mine has the box, cleaning kit, warranty papers and the bag it was wrapped in. I just bought a 65-1 myself, serial number is 1035xxx so obviously the 65-1 did use strictly numbers. On the low end, expect to pay in and around 400 dollars. I just put another 50 rounds through her, Rem Standard Vel. Is there anyone that I can send photos to that may be able to help me? Though not as common as 30 inch ranges, 36 inch ranges are certainly more common than 48 and 60 inch units. And if you can hit a target with one hand, think how much easier it will be to do it with two! AxxxxxxA I cannot find this number on any lists.
Model 41 - serial numbers and dates. My Model 41 has a serial number in the 20,000 range,. What is amazing is how effective that compensator on the end of the barrel is. Admission to Smith College is more selective. By the time you tune up a Ruger you will have close to the cost of a 41 anyway. Whatever its history it is a high quality firearm. And it cycles Match or Rifle Target or Standard or Gold Medal ammunition to the same point of aim out to beyond 100 yards.
I think now that High Standard or the Ruger is the way to go Would suggest you try a High Standard, Ruger, and Smith first before making your final decision and reaching into your pocket. Let me suggest that you look for a used High Standard - one made in the Hamden, Conn. Barrel length on the test pistol is 7 inches. I also have two model 41's and they are great pistols and they are accurate but a little finicky on ammo choices. Fortunately for our test purposes I had a hidden stash of good.
Is some drug ring going to pick me out as a target? There are good replacement mags available but they are not cheap and there are a lot of junk mags, too. With a slightly longer case, a 2. At the end of 1958, they had built 9,875 Model 41 pistols. Late 1948 - Early 1949 S72,500 — S74,999………. Too hard to find another and this one shoots great. We work hard to bring the best gun discussion! Russian with a heavier blackpowder charge of 2. In 1959 it was selected by the for basic training.
The primary reason for its long survival has always been in the quality of its products, the committed core of its hundreds of long- term manufacturing employees, and its continuing history of innovation and leadership in handgun design and manufacture. If that doesn't work, then you could try to contact a gun shop and see if they can help you. Available in gas natural or liquid propane ; electric; dual-fuel gas and electric ; and induction electric models, 30 inch ranges are by far the most common ranges found in kitchens throughout the country. Those are things you can get over when you see the targets they produce. Letter of Authenticity See sample If you desire an in-depth response we can provide a formal letter of authenticity. This may be the place to find an answer: Will the Mod 41 hold up to a steady diet of high velocity 22 ammo? Damn fine pistol which I hope to someday be able to shoot nearly as well as it shoots. If you have a large family or entertain frequently but only have room for a 30 inch range, select a five burner unit for more flexibility.
The manual safety is found at the left rear of the frame, and is moved up to place the pistol on safe. The next burner configuration is four burners and a built-in, non-removable griddle. This commonality helps in the design process when planning a kitchen. . Have a Smith and Wesson model 36 I recently inherited that has ties to al capone's brother who was the cop, and I think it was a police issued gun, but I. The serial number may be right or wrong but it is easier to tell by a photo of the gun where the numbers are imprinted along with the features of the entire gun.
I spent and spent to find the 41 I had in 1983. This will keep them from getting damaged from outside bumps and scuffs. The top of the barrel is serrated in a milled flat that runs the length of the upper surface from the back of the front sight to the rear. It will pull the keys for Microsoft applications, as well as most other applications. The Model 41-1 was introduced in 1960 and was chambered in for International Rapid Fire competition. It works for me every time and I don't care about what year or letter A or what means in a serial number.
This is a quandry with what we found. If you want to add a different gun to the list, however, you also have to tell me why you think the one being replaced is less important. Having to keep up with various serial numbers and product keys for all of the programs out there can be a headache, but keeping track of them can save you a lot of aggravation in the long-term. I actually still shoot a Mark I for bullseye matches. It's a pretty broad range but condition, box and papers and demand play a big part. The burner arrangement is identical to the four burners with griddle design except that the grill replaces the griddle.
They are tack drivers out of the box. I have the original box but no paperwork. The magazine release is a pushbutton located just aft of the junction where the trigger guard meets the frame on the left side. Unfortunately a normal size range does not exist. I am about to go out to the barn and may slide over to my neighbors farm for some small game.