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Smith & Wesson Compact Revolvers

by Handguns Online Staff   |  August 12th, 2011 1


Dick Metcalf and historian Roy Jinks review the evolution of the Smith & Wesson compact revolver from the Model 1 3rd Issue in the 1870s to the modern aluminum frame models.

  • Gunfan

    I love my 1999 S&W Centennial "Airweight" in .32 Magnum. Lightweight, concealable, and powerful enough to get the job done. Never underestimate the .32 Magnum.Trust me, it can quickly "answer the call" when you need to save your skin!

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