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Model 22 and 722 versions
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DA....64
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August 9, 2019 - 3:17 pm
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A model 722 is stainless.  A partial under lug is a V and full under lug is a VH.

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The ‘V’ stands for “Vented Rib” on the top of the shroud and ‘H’ stands for “Heavy”, which is the full under lug. 

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Dan Wesson, Beretta, Sako and Marlin enthusiast

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David Randall said
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722 Monson  

Wow, that’s a beauty. That’s one on my wish list.

Jerry

4 Dans and counting...

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Thank you everyone who welcomed me in the new members forum – sorry no replies as I have problems with Wordpress logging in via iPad. I’m currently using my laptop and no issues. Here’s pics of my 357 Model 15 and 22lr Model 722. The 357 is an older one probably 35 years old, the 722 also quite an old serial number from what I can see on this site. I only recently purchased the 357 from an 80+ year old cattle station owner who purchased it new, put 12 rounds through it and never used it again. I love it. The 722 is in good used condition but the previous owner tried to backyard gunsmith the trigger and it is average. I’m trying to order new springs ect… but it is hard to get parts in Australia. I have managed to find some NOS Burris and Leupold clamp-on scope mounts. They were not cheap but I’m told hard to find at times. The 357, with open sites and my average eyes, knocks over metal targets at 100m’s consistently. If the cattle grazier finds the original wood grips and spare barrels he will give to me but I’m not holding my breath. 

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