SMITH & WESSON 1917

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Originally manufactured in 1917 through 1950 and now a piece of classic Smith & Wesson history, the 1917 is a 6-shot revolver chambered in 45 ACP that is an adaptation of the 44 Hand Ejector. It was used by the U.S. Army, as well as other militaries worldwide, and is also known the M1917 and the United States Revolver. Though no longer in production, this classic revolver featured a blued finish, and pinned half-moon service front sight and service rear sight.

• Adopted by the U.S. Army in 1917
• Chambered in 45 ACP
• 6-round capacity
• Blued finish

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