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Kmart #7044
459 State Rt 3-010
Plattsburgh, NY
Vann'S Guns & Reloads
(800) 273-8739
246 Bradford Rd
Plattsburgh, NY
Don Jerry X-Plo Inc
1080 Military Turnpike #1
Plattsburgh, NY
Gander Mountain #255
Champlain Place Center 60 Smithfield Blvd
Plattsburgh, NY
Velie Builders
106 Rock Rd
Plattsburgh, NY
Old Lantern Gun Shop
3925 Rt 9
Plattsburgh, NY
Island Machine Inc
22 Guy Way
Plattsburgh, NY
O'Connell, Daniel G
1 Eastgate
Plattsburgh, NY
Dick's Sporting Goods
(518) 562-1121
60 Smithfield Blvd
Plattsburgh, NY
Ayer'S Arms
166 Dunn Rd
W Chazy, NY

Smith & Wesson Model 22

The trigger face is smooth--which helps with deliberate double action shooting--and the hammer is checkered. For those who like to tinker with the trigger pull, the strain screw is exposed on the inside of the grip frame and can be adjusted within limits.

In keeping with the classic theme, the gun comes with Magna grips. Each panel has been handsomely checkered with a diamond around the grip screw. A border enhances the point pattern, and the familiar company logo is inletted at the top of each panel. On the bottom of the grip frame a lanyard has been installed.

The Model 22 classic is equipped with a 51⁄2-inch barrel, with the familiar 1950 style taper at the juncture of the frame. Like other guns of its ilk, there is no ejector rod shroud, and the gun is highly polished and blued. In addition, this model is also available in nickel or color case hardened. A traditional four-screw sideplate completes the package....

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