What kind of Smith and Wesson is the snub nose?

What kind of Smith and Wesson is the snub nose?

Smith and Wesson 629 Performance Center 6 RD 44 Mag / 44 Special 2.625″ S Smith and Wesson 627 Performance Center 8 RD 357 Magnum / 38 Special 2.62 Smith and Wesson 340 PD 1.875″ Revolver 357 Magnum, 38 Special 5 RD HiViz …

What is the price of a Smith and Wesson 38 Special?

Smith & Wesson Model 637 38 Special J-Frame Revolver with Pink Grips. $499.99.

How much is a Smith and Wesson Model 642 38?

Smith & Wesson Model 642 38 Special Revolver with Crimson Trace Lasergrip (No Internal Lock) $704.00 $579.99. Brand: Smith & Wesson. Item Number: 150972.

Which is the best snub nosed revolver to buy?

This revolver carries five .38 special + p rounds. The 638 revolver fires in single or double action modes. The shrouded hammer contributes toward a smooth draw and prevents the weapon from snagging on clothing. The black rubber handle offers a sturdy grip. This revolver is designed for right-handed shooters only.

What kind of Magnum is Smith and Wesson 38 Special?

They are all built to the length that will accommodate .357 Magnum, even the models that are chambered for .38 Special. All of the new stainless J-frames today are chambered for .357 Magnum rather than .38 Special.

What was the first Smith and Wesson Special revolver?

The Chiefs Special, which later came to be known as the Smith & Wesson Model 36 was not the first production .38 Special snubby; that honor goes to the Colt Detective Special in 1927. The Chiefs Special was the first 5-shot J-frame .38 Special revolver produced by Smith & Wesson.

Can a.357 Magnum be chambered in A.38 special?

You can, of course, shoot .38 Special in the .357 Magnums, but Smith & Wesson finds it necessary to enable their new snubs to chamber .357 regardless of how painful they may be to shoot. The stainless and alloy Airweights are still chambered in .38 Special and rated for +p, and IMHO, they’re the best value and most utilitarian members of the class.