SMITH & WESSON 642 AIRWEIGHT
SMITH & WESSON 642 AIRWEIGHT
SMITH & WESSON 642 AIRWEIGHT
SMITH & WESSON 642 AIRWEIGHT

SMITH & WESSON 642 AIRWEIGHT

SKU 163810

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$463.32 In stock

Retail price: $477.00 You save: $13.68

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Product Information & Specs

A variation of the Model 42 Centennial Airweight the Smith Wesson Model 642 is a small J-frame double-action revolver chambered in 38 Special P with a 5-round capacity. Textured rubber grips aid in a positive hold and the stainless steel construction of the barrel and cylinder ensure durability. The alloy frame is lightweight while the enclosed hammer helps to prevent snags on clothing making it an ideal choice for concealed carry.

Details

Action DAO - Caliber .38 SW Special P - Capacity 5 - Front Sight Integral - Rear Sight Fixed - Grip Synthetic - Frame Small Internal Hammer - Finish Matte Silver - Barrel Length 1.875" - Overall Length 6.3" - Weight 14.4 oz. - The Smith Wesson J-Frame has become the most popular small frame personal defense revolver on the market. With decades of reliable performance to its credit the J-frame line offers models capable of firing .22 LR .22 Magnum .38 SW Special and the more powerful .357 Magnum loads. Smith Wesson offers these revolvers from our production MP Pro Series and Classics lines in three diverse hammer designs internal exposed and shrouded.

UPC 022188638103
Caliber 38 SPL +P
Action DOUBLE ACTION
Capacity 5 ROUNDS
Barrel Length 1.875" BARREL
Finish STAINLESS
Weight (OZ) 14.4 OZ.













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