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Old November 28, 2012, 10:39 PM   #5810
laytonj1
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442-1 ser # CCM0XXX
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Just called smith. Mine was made in 1998 and the guy told me no plus p.
Yeah, that what the book shows too.
While a +P load will not blow it up, because of the aluminum frame, +P will wear it out faster.


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serial number begins 674XXX
K-22 Outdoorsman.
SN's ran from 632132 in 1931 to 682419 in 1940.


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5 digit SN (468xx)
38/22 Terrier (pre war).
SN's ran from 38976 in 1936 to 54474 in 1940.

Jim
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