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Smith & Wesson Model 10 .38 S&W Special 4" HG2424-G

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SKU:
HG2424-G
Caliber:
38 Special
Manufacturer:  Smith & Wesson

Importer:  Century Arms International

Model: Model 10

SKU: HG2424-G (9D09332)

Caliber: .38 S&W Special

Capacity: 6 Rounds

Barrel Length: 4" Blued

Overall Length: 9"

Frame: Steel

Grips: Wood Square Butt

Sights:  Blade Front, Notch Rear

This is a used firearm.  It is what we would refer to as "Battlefield Pick-up" condition. While most of the original bluing remains, there are several areas of rust and light pitting.  However, the mechanics of this revolver should be sound after receiving a thorough cleaning and lubrication. Pictures are of the exact firearm that you will receive.

After World War II, Smith & Wesson returned to manufacturing the M&P series. Along with cosmetic changes and replacement of the frame fitting grip with the Magna stocks, the spring-loaded hammer block safety gave way to a cam-actuated hammer block that rode in a channel in the side plate (Smith 1968). In 1957, Smith & Wesson adopted the convention of using numeric designations to distinguish their various models of handguns, and the M&P was renamed the Model 10.

The M&P/Model 10 has been available in both blued steel finish and nickel finish for most of its production run. The model has also been offered throughout the years with both the round butt and square butt grip patterns. Beginning with the Model 10-5 series in the late 1960s, the tapered barrel and its trademark 'half moon' front sight (as shown in the illustrations on this page) were replaced by a straight bull barrel and a sloped milled ramp front sight. Late model Model 10s are capable of handling any .38 Special cartridge produced today up to and including +P+ rounds.

As of 2012 the Model 10 was available only in a 4-inch barrel model, as was its stainless steel (Inox) counterpart, the Smith & Wesson Model 64. Some 6,000,000 M&P revolvers have been produced over the years, making it the most popular handgun of the 20th century.

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