This .22 has the round barrel. It also breaks down into two pieces. It is in fair to good condition. I am unable to track its history and wonder what its approximate value would be.
Any help would be appreciated.
Your gun was probably made around 1924-26. And is the lowest A prefix that I have seen sofar. But I am assuming that A1 is out there somewhere.
If you look on Gunbroker.com, if they are priced over $500 they sit there for some time, unless they are in perfect shape.
Hard to tell without pictures, and that can sometime be hit and miss. I have 3 and payed $250, $500,$800. The $800 was my first one, but it also has the rarer
Rockwell rollstamp on the barrel.
Buy the way, I have a thread dedicated to the Model 32 and 38. The 32 is the same gun, but only made in 1915-16. They renamed it in 1920-21 to the 38.
If you cold tell me what your says on the barrel, if it has a Bullseye on the stock,and if it has a Star stamped on the frame? I would appreciate it.
Here is a link.
There is pictures of my guns, plus other info that will be handy to you. Also only shoot "Standard Velocity ammo" 1150 or less, or else you will risk wrecking the gun.
Attached are 3 pics of the .22. In case they don't turn out the .22 I have seems to be identical to the 3rd pic you posted - I am going by the design of the butt plate.
Thanks for your response
Here are the pictures that beaufin sent me. I cropped and enlarge the first pic, hope you don't mind.
Right click to enlarge.
From what I can see here, I would put this in the $450-500 + range, some of the ones on Gunbroker are asking more, and are dogs, compared to this. Also should add, the round barrel is nice, and actually rarer,
but a octagon barrel, might bring a little more. Beautiful gun non the less.