SMITH & WESSON MODEL 15

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2 Used $700.00 New Sold Out
Built on the trusted “K” frame, the Smith & Wesson Model 15 is a medium frame, double action, 6-shot revolver previously used by multiple law enforcement agencies and known as the K-38 Combat Masterpiece until 1957. Chambered in 38 Special +P, it was typically made with a 4-inch barrel, although over the years the company offered varying barrel lengths. Other features of the Model 15 include wood grips, black ramp and micro adjustable rear sights.

• 6-round capacity
• Chambered in 38 Special +P
• Wood grips
• Adjustable rear sights
• Originally known as the K-38 Combat Masterpiece

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