SMITH & WESSON 27
SMITH & WESSON 27
SMITH & WESSON 27
SMITH & WESSON 27

SMITH & WESSON 27

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Product Information & Specs

The original 357 Mag revolver the Smith Wesson Model 27 was first manufactured in 1935 with a number of versions still currently in production and offered through the companys Classics line. It is also known as the Registered Magnum. Strong sturdy and durable the Model 27 is built on a large carbon steel N-frame has adjustable rear sights and has been made with various barrel lengths as well as different grips front sights triggers and hammers. Despite a hefty price tag and an introduction amidst the Great Depression the creation of the Model 27 which was popular among law enforcement agencies set Smith Wesson on a four-year backlog.

Details

Action SADA - Caliber .357 Magnum .38 SW Special P - Capacity 6 - Material Carbon Steel - Grip Wood - Finish Blued - Sights Pinned Serrated Ramp Micro Adjustable - Barrel Length 4 - Overall Length 9.25 - Weight 41.2 oz - Smith Wesson makes it possible for you to own a piece of history-in-the-making with these Classic revolvers. Theyre the finest new handguns possible with designs harkening back to the most famous and collectible guns that Smith Wesson ever constructed. Each is based on a model known for legendary performance then enhanced with modern advantages. Theyre the timeless best of both worlds Smith Wesson Classics.

UPC 022188134360
Caliber 357 MAGNUM
Action DOUBLE ACTION
Capacity 6 ROUNDS
Barrel Length 4 BARREL
Weight NOT SPECIFIED













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