Make: Smith & Wesson Model: 41 Caliber: .22 LR
The Smith and Wesson Model 41 is a semi-automatic pistol developed by Smith & Wesson after World War II as a competitive target pistol. It was designed with a 105 degree grip angle...(more)
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The Remington Model 572™ BDL™ Fieldmaster® has that classic Remington look and feel to it if you are the type to stray away from synthetics or would just like to add a good gun too your collection.
The versatile Model 572™ BDL™ Fieldmaster® is one of the most popular pump-action 22 rimfires made in America today. It handles 22 short, 22 long and 22 long rifle cartridges interchangeably. Other features include big-game sights, a positive cross-bolt safety and a grooved receiver for scope mounts.
Speaking of versatility, now in its 50th year of production, the lightning-quick Model 552 BDL Speedmaster is the only American-made 22 autoloader that handles 22 short, long and long rifle cartridges interchangeably. It’s also equipped with iron sights, a positive cross-bolt safety and a receiver grooved for scope mounts.
The Mode 572 BDL Fieldmaster has; Smooth classic side action,High-gloss American walnut stock and fore-end with cut checkering,Tubular magazine fed,Richly blued carbon-steel barrel,Adjustable iron sights for open sight plinking and grooved receiver for scope mounts for precision shooting with optics,and Receiver grooved for scope mounts for precision shooting with optics
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