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Smith & Wesson Model 41 .22 LR Target Pistol New in Box
The Smith & Wesson Model 41 is considered by many firearms enthusiasts to be the best .22 target pistol ever made. It is S&W’s top of the line .22 target pistol and has been in production since 1957, a span of 64 years. The Model 41 is unique compared to other .22 target pistols in that it has a fairly long 7” barrel (pre-1978 examples have 7-3/8” barrels). Most others have barrel lengths ranging from 4” to 6” although there are other exceptions to that, most notably some of Ruger’s special target models of the famous “Mark #” series. Like most .22 caliber target pistols, the barrel of the Model 41 is rigidly fixed while the slide at the rear is completely separate from the front. In other words, what would normally be the front end of the slide of say, a 1911, is integral with the barrel itself and does not move backwards during recoil. Also like most target pistols in 22 LR, the standard magazine capacity is 10 rounds, although 12 round magazines have become available since the pistol’s introduction. These are outwardly identical to the 10-round magazines but have a different follower to allow for an additional 2 rounds. This new in the box target pistol is ready and waiting for the right user to take it to the range.
Handgun Caliber: .22 Long Rifle
Manufacturer: Smith & Wesson
Model: Model 41
Serial Number: UEF4809
Barrel Length: 7.0 inches (178mm)
Condition: New in Box
Triggers: .365-inch Target Trigger set at 2.75 to 3.25 lbs.
Stock: Wood, target type w/thumb rest
Weight: 44.8 oz.
Sights: Micrometer-click adj. target rear, Undercut Patridge front, sight radius 9.5 inches (241.3 mm)
Case: S&W box