What was the caliber of the Smith and Wesson Safety Hammerless?

What was the caliber of the Smith and Wesson Safety Hammerless?

It was chambered in .32 S&W and .38 S&W calibers; these revolvers were discontinued prior to World War II, being eclipsed by the stronger hand ejector models. Smith & Wesson New Departure .32 S&W fired one-handed from 15 yards.

Are there any Smith and Wesson pistols with pearl grips?

An ornate gold damascened Smith & Wesson type break open revolver with pearl grips. Produced in Spain by Hermanos Obrea. Decorated by E. Tettoni of Fabbrica Armi, Brescia Italy. Former property of Prince Tommaso of Savoy, 2nd Duke of Genoa. Early 20th century.

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What was the caliber of the Smith and Wesson Model 2?

Based on the Smith & Wesson Model 2 double-action design, the revolver incorporated an internal hammer and an external grip safety on its back-strap. It was chambered in .32 S&W and .38 S&W calibers; these revolvers were cancelled prior to World War II, being eclipsed by the stronger hand ejector models.

When did the Smith and Wesson 32 S and W come out?

Smith & Wesson New Departure .32 S&W fired one-handed from 15 yards. The Smith & Wesson .38 Safety Hammerless models were produced from 1887 (1888 for the 32) to just before World War II. They were chambered in either .32 S&W or .38 S&W with a five-shot cylinder.

When did the Smith and Wesson 38 come out?

The Smith & Wesson .38 Safety Hammerless models were produced from 1887 (1888 for the 32) to just before World War II. They were chambered in either .32 S&W or .38 S&W with a five-shot cylinder. They were most often produced with a 2-inch, 3-inch, or 3.5-inch barrels; but some 6″ barrelled versions are known to exist.

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What kind of gun was the first Smith and Wesson?

It was first of the top-break automatic ejection revolvers. Also first Smith & Wesson in a large caliber (chambered for .44 S&W American cartridge as well as .44 Henry rimfire on rare occasions). Also known as 1st Model American. This large revolver offered with an 8″ round barrel with a raised rib as standard.