What's new

tuesday, what model and whats it worth question? 22lr

Island rules

Well-known member
Joined
May 20, 2020
Member Number
737
Messages
90
Location
Canaduhhh
16247378623015469987896640221455.jpg
16247379211198283681574795972353.jpg

dont know much about this one, came through a trade and is missing its magazine. seems like a youth size semi auto is about as much as i can tell about it.

edit on closer inspection it might b a tube fed bottom ejected magazine. not 100 percent on that though and not going to try to fire it till i know more about it.

second edit looks like 139867 is the model number stamped on the bottom of the barrel but my google fu skills are not bringing anything up
16247381690488664186583126003267.jpg
16247392106683831890818694949287.jpg
 
Last edited:

78bronco460

Fuck your feelings
Joined
May 23, 2020
Member Number
1272
Messages
200
View attachment 425961 View attachment 425962
dont know much about this one, came through a trade and is missing its magazine. seems like a youth size semi auto is about as much as i can tell about it.

edit on closer inspection it might b a tube fed bottom ejected magazine. not 100 percent on that though and not going to try to fire it till i know more about it.

second edit looks like 139867 is the model number stamped on the bottom of the barrel but my google fu skills are not bringing anything up
SA22’s are very dangerous. You should send it to me for proper disposal.
 

Island rules

Well-known member
Joined
May 20, 2020
Member Number
737
Messages
90
Location
Canaduhhh
SA22’s are very dangerous. You should send it to me for proper disposal.
lol that tells me i probably scored pretty good on this.
realistically i spent 50 Canadian pesos on this and was wondering if i should keep it. it feels pretty good in the hand.
 

aron82

Well-known member
Joined
May 19, 2020
Member Number
334
Messages
327
Location
Casper, Wyoming
Hell of a deal for 50 loonies.
New they are over 600.
Hard to say on that an old Belgian made one. Definitely more desirable than the Japanese made ones.

They have a pretty good following, you'll have to post up how it shoots.
:dustin:
 

FrankenToy

Cynically skeptical...
Joined
Aug 6, 2020
Member Number
2431
Messages
92
Other than the copious amounts of liquor that is, seemingly, being offered as part of the kitchen table condiment ensemble I got nothing... :flipoff2:

(board is kinda slow lately, apologies)
 

Muttly

Red Skull Member
Joined
Jun 10, 2020
Member Number
1954
Messages
43
Location
Mid MI
Late to the party but a Belgium Browning 22 is my favorite squirrel gun, made by the master himself

Browning.-John-Moses.jpg
 

posford

:flipoff2:
Joined
May 19, 2020
Member Number
62
Messages
445
Location
NH
From my 2013 Gun Values book
"Grade 1, NIB:$850 EXC:$700 VG$600 GOOD$500 FAIR$400 POOR$350"

Everything's appreciated some since then, but that's a starting idea
 

Texas97

Surgical Shotgunner
Joined
May 19, 2020
Member Number
335
Messages
1,325
Location
Texas
So, just to offer more information and possible "issues" with this gun, if you can use the serial number to get DOM on the gun, that will tell you if you are within the salt wood year range. Generally its going to be 1966 to 1971-72.

If it does actually have salt wood, it will be much less in value. The pictures dont immediately scream saltwood , but id have to give it a closer inspection. if you want to pull one of the butt plate screws, if its real rusty, thats a tell tale sign.

regardless, its worth more than $50.
 

Aisin

Grumpy old fuck
Joined
May 19, 2020
Member Number
304
Messages
1,415
If if was made from 67 to 69 there is a 90% chance is it salt wood. You can check with silver nitrate solution. If salt is present it will turn purple or you could just remove the butt plate and lick the stock. :flipoff2:
 
IH Parts America - CPT Crawler Proven Technology

Register and these ads Disappear!

Top