DAN WESSON 357 4 BARREL SET
DAN WESSON 357 4 BARREL SET
DAN WESSON 357 4 BARREL SET
DAN WESSON 357 4 BARREL SET
DAN WESSON 357 4 BARREL SET

DAN WESSON 357 4 BARREL SET

SKU GDC0000000666

used very good

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Product Information & Specs

Just as the name implies, the Dan Wesson 357 4-Barrel Set is a revolver chambered in 357 Mag with four interchangeable barrels. The barrels, which are typically 2.5”, 4”, 6”, and 8” in length, feature colored front sight inserts and adjustable white outline rear sights. This American-made revolver also features laminated checkered wood grips and is ideal for target shooting and self-defense.

Seller Description

This Dan Wesson 357 4 Barrel Set is a package that provides users plenty of options all encased in a handsome suitcase style case. The 357 is a double-action six-shot revolver appropriately chambered in 357 Mag. Ventilated rib barrels are easily interchangeable and come in lengths of 2.5", 3", 4", and 6". Users can also select from three sets of grips, Pachmayer rubber, smooth wood, or textured wooden grips. This package also comes with all the appropriate tools and a Dan Wesson belt buckle. -Four ventilated rib barrels -Three sets of grips -Assembly/disassembly tools -Dan Wesson belt buckle -suitcase type case

Modifications

Inclueds 3 Extra Barrels (2.5", 4", 6"), 2 Sets Of Wood Grips, And A Set Of Pachmayr Rubber Grips, Assembly/Disassembly Tool, Headspace Gauge, And A Dan Wesson Belt Buckle, And Suitcase Type Gun Case

UPC GDC0000000666
Caliber 357 MAGNUM
Action DOUBLE ACTION
Capacity 6 ROUNDS
Barrel Length 8 BARREL
Weight 3













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