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How about a 17-4 K22 masterpiece. An original S&W trooper model holster and the original box for the gun.
Air gun Trigger Sleeve Wood Shotgun
Sleeve Everyday carry Knife Blade Tool
Brown Glasses Textile Rectangle Sleeve
Wood Rectangle Wood stain Hardwood Tints and shades


All passed down to me from my Dad. Love nor money can get this one. I was with Dad the day he got this one. Many, many rounds shot thru this gem. Still the most accurate gun that I own.
 

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...All passed down to me from my Dad. Love nor money can get this one. I was with Dad the day he got this one. Many, many rounds shot thru this gem. Still the most accurate gun that I own.
I had a post-war K-22 Masterpiece (~1946) that I bought years ago. It was a LERK (large ejector rod knob). S&W never liked to throw away parts so the rods were carry over from the pre-war revolvers. It didn't change the gun just made it rare. I sold it later to fund another purchase. Great guns and fun to shoot.

Here are more S&W N-frame 27's:

S&W 4-screw lettered to April, 1959:
Air gun Trigger Revolver Gun barrel Shotgun


S&W 4-screw in nickel lettered to March, 1960 (see #4 on the trigger guard):
Revolver Trigger Air gun Gun barrel Everyday carry


4-screw M27 in blue lettered to April 1, 1950:
Revolver Air gun Trigger Gun barrel Gun accessory
 
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