The Smith and Wesson Model 64 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 64 features a 4″ stainless steel barrel and an overall length of 8.88″. The Model 64 features synthetic grips, a single-action/double-action trigger assembly, and all-stainless steel construction. The Model 64 employs an integral front sight and a fixed rear sight. The Model 64 also utilizes a 6-round stainless steel cylinder, an external hammer, and a satin stainless finish.
Smith and Wesson recommends the Model 64 for home protection and professional duty.
|Sights:||Fixed rear sight with integral front sight|
|Frame Material:||Stainless steel|