What kind of barrel does a Smith and Wesson have?

What kind of barrel does a Smith and Wesson have?

Barrel is 4 5/8″ and was almost certainly altered by the famous gunmaker Gastinne Renette. Gun has about 90% plus original blue and excellent rosewood grips. Smith & Wesson 2nd Model American .44 Caliber Revolver.

What’s the serial number of a Smith and Wesson 32?

Caliber .32 Rimfire. Serial number 13448. Revolver falls in Civil War era production. Barrel has been shortened to 3 3/8″, which makes the barrel handle better and more concealable. Action works perfectly. Good overall condition. Smith & Wesson Single Action Revolver .38 S&W…

When was the first Smith and Wesson made?

Smith & Wesson 1st Model 3rd Issue Revolver. Late 1860’s-early 1870’s production. Serial number 1433. Metal has approximately 40% original finish with gray patina. Action works and indexes. Right grip has been repaired. A neat early 7-shot revolver. Smith & Wesson No.2 Army revolver with rare factory silver plated finish.

Are there any antique Smith and Wesson revolvers?

Antique Smith and Wesson revolvers represent some of the most highly collectable pieces from one of America’s most historic gun manufacturers. Our inventory includes everything from the Civil War era Smith and Wesson .32 Army #2 revolver to 1st and 2nd model Americans to the D.A. Frontier .44-40.

When did the Smith and Wesson Chiefs Special come out?

Smith & Wesson model 36. The Model 36 Chiefs Special was produced from 1950 to 1999. It still survives in modern metals in the form of the Model 637, the Model 60, the Model 36LS, the Model 340, the Model 360, and their variants.

What’s the price of a Smith and Wesson Magnum?

Smith & Wesson Model 640 357 Magnum J-Frame Revolver. $759.99. Notify Me When Available. Brand: Smith & Wesson. Item Number: 163690.

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.