Smith & Wesson Model 14


The Smith & Wesson Model 14 is a medium-framed revolver chambered in .38 Special. Smith and Wesson is the largest manufacturer of handguns in the United States. Headquartered in Springfield, Massachusetts, the company was founded in 1852 by Horace Smith and Daniel B. Wesson.

The Model 14 features a 6″ barrel and an overall length of 11.5″. The Model 14 features checkered wood grips and a carbon steel frame. The Model 14 also employs a pinned red ramp front sight making for easier sight-alignment and a micro adjustable rear sight. The Model 14 utilizes a 6-round carbon steel cylinder, an external hammer, and a blue finish.

S&W recommends the Model 14 for competitive shooting, recreational shooting, and collection.



.38 Special
Caliber: .38 Special
Grip: Wood
Capacity: 6
Sights: Micro adjustable rear sight with pinned partridge front sight
Features: Exposed hammer
Action: Revolver
Material/Finish: Blue
Size: Medium
Trigger: Single-action/double-action
Frame Material: Carbon steel
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Weight: 2.1875 pounds
Barrel Length: 6"
Length: 11.5"

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