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revolver s&w smith and wesson
The Smith & Wesson Model 3 was a single-action, cartridge-firing, top-break revolver produced by Smith & Wesson from circa 1870 to 1915, and was recently again offered as a reproduction by Smith & Wesson and Uberti.
It was produced in several variations and sub-variations, including both the "Russian Model", so named because it was supplied to the military of the Russian Empire (41,000 No. 3's were ordered in .44 caliber by the Imperial Russian Army in 1871), and the "Schofield" model, named after Major George W. Schofield, who made his own modifications to the Model 3 to meet his perceptions of the Cavalry's needs. Smith & Wesson incorporated these modifications into an 1875 design they named after the Major, planning to obtain significant military contracts for the new revolver.
The S&W Model 3 was originally chambered for the .44 S&W American and .44 Russian cartridges, and typically did not have the cartridge information stamped on the gun (as is standard practice for most commercial firearms). Model 3 revolvers were later produced in an assortment of calibers, including .44 Henry Rimfire, .44-40, .32-44, .38-44, and .45 Schofield. The design would influence the smaller S&W .38 Single Action that is retroactively referred to as the Model 2.
Selling my NIB Smith & Wesson Model 29-10 Classic chambered in .44 magnum. This is the 6.5" blued model, which was the main model used in the classic Dirty Harry films. The 8 3/8" version was also featured in some of the movie posters. This would be a great addition to anyone's collection.
2-3 moon clips through this one. With custom Ahrend wood grips. Absolutely flawless condition. Very smooth double action and exceptionally crisp single action.
Comes with original box, 2 moon clips, and original wood grips.
Can meet at any FFL in the Portland Metro and Vancouver area. Shipping...
Unfired, gorgeous Stealth Hunter with custom Ahrend wood grips. Absolutely flawless condition. Very smooth double action and exceptionally crisp single action.
No optics were mounted at all.
Comes with original box and rubber grips.
Can meet at any FFL in the Portland Metro and Vancouver...
Removed from sale will try later
Smith and Wesson 629 classic Deluxe. 6.5 in BBL extremely low round count. 12 rds down range for functionality only. Comes with factory case , leather bianchi holster, 250 rounds of ammo, two speed loaders with carry pouch. Comes with two sets of grip panels...
im looking for any s&w revolvers really. decided i would like to collect them though not in the anal retentive way ill still shoot them and fondle them they dont have to be perfect and could need minor repair let me know what you got