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WTB S&W Model 41

Post by EGB on 9/10/2017, 7:29 pm

Hey All,

Looking for a S&W Model 41 5.5 inch barrel in good to excellent condition.  I'm familiar with BB values and won't low-ball legitimate sellers.  Offering a fair cash price for the right one.  Thanks!

JD

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Re: WTB S&W Model 41

Post by rich.tullo on 9/11/2017, 4:30 pm

I would ask around at your club or matches and pick up one after a test run. M41's are great but not for everyone and many may need some TLC to be match worthy. 

I would not hesitate to buy an older gun (pre 1992) or a long barrel gun, I think they are less nose heavy and the long sight radius could be good for EIC. 


41 smiths I would suggest are 1) KC Crawford, 2) David Sams, 3) Ten Ring Precision in Texas (Guy I shoot with had some work done and it was good), and 4)  Clark also works on them but I have not used them recently but they are famous for M41s. 

KC did work on a 41 I owned and it was exceptional, the best trigger ever, like a Model 700 sniper rifle trigger. 

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Re: WTB S&W Model 41

Post by EGB on 9/11/2017, 6:35 pm

RT,. Thanks for the great advice, any chance your KC modified M41 is available?   Smile

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Re: WTB S&W Model 41

Post by rich.tullo on 9/11/2017, 8:33 pm

Sold it to buy my KC Wad Gun maybe that was a mistake, selling the 41, I love the wad gun. 

You have many options and should really try out as many as you can the last few NM Champions shot Pardinis, Aw93's, and Marvels so there are many ways to skin a cat. Me I would try on your budget assuming a M41 is the limit...

A Nelson or Marvel conversion
A Walter GSG
A good Ruger MII, on NJ pistol some Clark MIIs are for sale a little pricey but I would offer the guy $800 each for them and see where he comes back providing he has papers. 
A Good HS Victor. (some have bad magazines)

Shoot as many as you can preferably for a 900. 

I am a 2700 22lr only expert indoor (yes they do that now) and sometimes shoot master scores when my head is not up my ass. Others will likely have better opinions and but I have had a lot of problems with 22lrs and find the best ones for me are the conversions. Other than that I would get a AW93 because they do not make new 208's. 

I understand HS is working on a better magazine and I would consider a Texas 10x HS Victor if a like new hamden gun was not available.
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Re: WTB S&W Model 41

Post by arnold jim on 9/12/2017, 11:02 am

JD, I have a mod. 41 that I no longer need. Plus I could use the cash for a ball gun I would like to have.
  If you live in Maryland we could meet at my gun club to see how it fits...Jim

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Re: WTB S&W Model 41

Post by marchj123 on 9/12/2017, 9:42 pm

I have a model 41 the barrel is fairly new, less than 200 rounds.  The gun is older and came with a 7 in. ballel. also have a Hammerli 208 that I would part with if your interested.

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Re: WTB S&W Model 41

Post by Fotomaniac on 9/13/2017, 11:56 pm

Get the 208!!!!!!

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Re: WTB S&W Model 41

Post by davekp on 9/20/2017, 7:23 am

I have a 7" barreled 41 NIB- never fired, circa 1986, $1500.
Also, a 1988, used, 5" barrel, 3 mags, OEM and Herrett trainer grips, 1" Ultradot, $1100.

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