Christmas presents for yourself, for your son from Smith & Wesson Model 41 (1973)
For your son
He's outgrown the old BB gun. Make his eyes light up with a real rifle this Christmas. A Smith & Wesson .22 caliber pellet rifle. With the heft and feel and look of your gun. And the accuracy. You can make dime-sized groups at 33 feet. The S&W pellet rifle is easy to use, too. Just pump, load and fire. Three or four pumps for indoor shooting. Outdoors ten pumps gives a velocity of 600 feet per second.
- The 22 inch long barrel is rifled steel, with S&W's distinctive long lasting gun blue finish.
- Easy to pump grooved forearm is walnut finished choice hardwood.
- Adjustable rear notch sight and fixed front post help improve your accuracy.
- Lever action is smooth. fast for easy cocking and loading.
- Receiver grooved for telescopic sight.
- Automatic safety engages every time you cock it.
- Walnut finished, Monte Carlo style stock is beautifully grained choice hardwood.
One look says this CO2 pistol is a Smith & Wesson. It has the good looks, the weight, balance and feel of the famous S&W Model 41 .22 caliber rim fire automatic. Really accurate. Available in both .22 and .177 caliber models. You couldn't give yourself a better Christmas present.
- High/low power setting conserves CO2, indoors, provides plenty of power for outdoor shooting.
- Rifled steel barrel, 8 1/2 inches long, fully adjustable rear sight and 10 inch sight radius provide top accuracy.
- Easy. single-shot, bolt action
- Convenient cross bolt safety.
- Simulated walnut. checkered, target stocks are comfortable for both right and left handers.
Your local sporting goods dealer is the man to buy from. Suggested retail price for the pistol, including five CO2, cartridges and a can of pellets, is just $35. For the pellet rifle. $42.50.
Smith & Wesson
Springfield, Massachusetts 01101
A Bangor Punta Company
GG Archives REF: BPS&W-011-1973-BW-AD
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