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  • Anybody know about J.P.Sauer single action .22lr

    I am a little confused. Barrel says .22lr. But when I look up 'Montana Marshal' it shows it to be a .22mag. But, Mag .22's will not fit in cylinder. Any idea of value ? Bluing is 40% gone, barrel and cylinder are in good shape - look to be stainless liners ?? No drag marks on cylinder. Lock-up is very tight.
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    JP Sauer (Hawes), best of my recollection, wouldn't make a good trot line weight!
    Very low quality firearm.
    $50?
    I had one in .44 Rem Mag. Very uncomfortable to shoot. Wouldn't hit the inside of a barn with the doors shut and bolted.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by FirstBubba View Post
      JP Sauer (Hawes), best of my recollection, wouldn't make a good trot line weight!
      Very low quality firearm.
      $50?
      I had one in .44 Rem Mag. Very uncomfortable to shoot. Wouldn't hit the inside of a barn with the doors shut and bolted.
      I don't know Bubba, made in W, Germany. Locks up tight as a drum. Stainless lined barrel and cylinder. I am going to try it and see how it shoots. I figure it is in the same category as the Heritage line.

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      • #4
        Sold one in 38/357 about 10+/- months ago $300.00 Mint in Box. (1987) Vintage. It was part of a Estate sale.

        jimbo: The 22 rimfire models value in 100% $130.00 in yours $40.00+/-.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by FirstBubba View Post
          JP Sauer (Hawes), best of my recollection, wouldn't make a good trot line weight!
          Very low quality firearm.
          $50?
          I had one in .44 Rem Mag. Very uncomfortable to shoot. Wouldn't hit the inside of a barn with the doors shut and bolted.
          In your photo Jimbo, it appears to be a exact replica, minus the safety feature, of the 22Mag from Heritage that I just bought. Especially the wooden grips in color and the exact shape and forming. Are these two companies the same, or is Heritage just good at copying things ?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by FirstBubba View Post
            JP Sauer (Hawes), best of my recollection, wouldn't make a good trot line weight!
            Very low quality firearm.
            $50?
            I had one in .44 Rem Mag. Very uncomfortable to shoot. Wouldn't hit the inside of a barn with the doors shut and bolted.
            jimbo, lots of folks saw that "Made in Germany" stamp and thought the same thing.
            They may have been manufactured in Germany, but they weren't "Germany" quality.
            Most buyers were enamored by the brass and dark grips.

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            • #7
              I sold it today for $100.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by jhjimbo View Post
                I sold it today for $100.
                Good enough.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by jhjimbo View Post
                  I sold it today for $100.
                  Are you kidding, give me his Name. "I've got a Bridge for sale"

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by FirstBubba View Post
                    JP Sauer (Hawes), best of my recollection, wouldn't make a good trot line weight!
                    Very low quality firearm.
                    $50?
                    I had one in .44 Rem Mag. Very uncomfortable to shoot. Wouldn't hit the inside of a barn with the doors shut and bolted.
                    I think the stainless barrel liner and cylinder liners made the thing usable. The guy that bought it said they are painted, not blued. The lock up was very tight on this one although I did not get a chance to try it.
                    I think the design is shared by several mfg.
                    Saw a Colt Python, maybe 4" barrel, nice shape $2,700 the market is right out of their mind for prices like that for that firearm.

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