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The Smith Wesson 460 is a big bore revolver chambered in 460 SW Mag. A double-action revolver built on an X-Frame its constructed of stainless steel and features a 5-round capacity and textured synthetic grips as well as rear adjustable sights. Built on Smith Wessons largest steel frame the 460 is a suitable choice for hunting and personal protection in big game country.
Action SADA - Caliber .460 SW Magnum - Capacity 5 - Finish Stainless - Material Steel - Grips Synthetic - Sights HI-VIZ Interchangable Adjustable Black Blade - Barrel Length 8.38 - Overall Length 15 - Weight 72.5 oz - Removable Interchangeable Compensator - The Highest Velocity Revolver in the World - 2330 FPS200 Grain - The Most Powerful .45 Caliber Revolver In the World - 2400 lbsft - If You Zero its Sights at 200 Yards You Will Bag Your Buck with a Center Hold 0-250 Yards with No Hold Over Just Center It and Fire. The 460XVR Will Do The Rest - Gain Twist Rifled Barrel for Superb Accuracy - Lighter Loads That The 460 Will Also Fire Include .45 Colt and .454 Casull - Incredibly Low Perceived Recoil For All Loads - We all grew up hearing the phrase Faster than a speeding bullet... but not when it is fired from Smith Wessons new Model 460XVR with the highest muzzle velocity of any production revolver on earth. The Model 460XVR is so revolutionary that it required an entirely new designation...XVR X-treme Velocity Revolver. Starting with their Extra Large Frame the Smith Wesson engineers worked to deliver maximum velocity - over 2300 feet per second - to reach the target faster than ever before. The 460XVR has interchangeable compensators to accommodate every load and its gain-twist rifled barrel means superb long-range accuracy (beyond 200 yards) with every shot Only Smith Wesson could deliver this much power this much velocity and this much accuracy in a precision production revolver.
|Caliber||460 SMITH & WESSON MAGNUM|
|Barrel Length||8.4 BARREL|
WARNING! This product contains chemicals known to the state of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information: www.p65warnings.ca.gov
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