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Favored among firearms enthusiasts and history buffs, the Smith & Wesson Model 10 is a double-action, 6-shot revolver that was originally known as the .38 Hand Ejector Model of 1899 and was the company’s first revolver to feature a cylinder release on the frame’s left side, similar to the Colt M1889. Available in a number of variations, barrel lengths, and calibers it was well-received among civilians, military, and law enforcement alike. Still in production after more than a century – employing classic design with modern upgrades – the Model 10 has experienced worldwide popularity.

• Double-action
• 6-round capacity
• Fixed sights
• Medium K-frame
• In production for more than 100 years

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