View Full Version : Bought my first AirLight|Ti... (another 3" for the collection)
07-11-2008, 5:40 PM
I swore I'd never buy one of these unless I got a CA CCW but I just couldn't pass up on this little beauty. Model 337-1 (PC 103054, 3.2" bbl, hi-viz) in barely used shape (pretty much ANIB, or almost near there). Found it at Imbert & Smithers, talked a little wheelin' and dealin for $525. Still a bit high, but this thing sold for $780 back in '99 when it was made so who's complaining - it doesn't have a lock! :)
07-12-2008, 2:47 PM
That's an awesome kit / trail gun w/ the adjustable back sight. Snake shot, plinking, self defense gun all in one and so light to carry! I would have bought it at that price...well done! If it ever goes up for sale...;)
07-12-2008, 9:26 PM
Perfect woods gun! Congrats on finding it.
07-12-2008, 10:34 PM
I think that was a great price.
Congrats on the deal.
It's starting the wheels spinning in my head to get one as well.:D
07-13-2008, 8:35 AM
Wow glad you guys think that's a good price! :) Not being into the AirLights I wasn't quite sure, but I knew if I walked away from it I'd kick myself later for not having jumped. I tried to do a quick google on my phone and saw a hit for GunsAmerica @ $599 NIB, so almost-NIB at $525 seemed just fair, not stellar. But then again, we're in CA...
For small rodent backpacking (snakes, etc. - think Yosemite or something?) what type of round is the ammo of choice with an AirLight? I've never carried on a hike/backpack, so no clue...
07-14-2008, 8:19 PM
Nice find, Rivvie! I like the semi-square barrel profile on those puppies.
07-15-2008, 11:08 AM
Airlights in this area (L.A.) at some shops are in the $800-900 range. Limited # of dealers here usually means higher prices. : ((
Snake shot first two, your favorite the rest, I like Fed 129 gr Hydra Shok (light) or Buff Bore 158 gr LSWC + P (heavy) in my 442.
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