SMITH & WESSON 649
SMITH & WESSON 649
SMITH & WESSON 649
SMITH & WESSON 649

SMITH & WESSON 649

SKU 163210

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$735.00 In stock

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Product Information & Specs

A variation to the Model 49 Bodyguard the Smith Wesson Model 649 is a small J-frame revolver chambered in 357 Mag with a stainless steel frame barrel and cylinder. The synthetic grip is stippled for a positive hold and the enclosed hammer makes for snag-free carry. Lightweight easy to use and rated for continuous P use the Model 649 is popular for personal protection and concealed carry and is also a trusted choice among law enforcement.

Details

Action SADA - Caliber .357 Magnum .38 SW Special P - Capacity 5 - Finish Stainless - Material Steel - Grips Black Synthetic - Sights Black Blade Fixed - Barrel Length 2.125 - Overall Length 6.56 - Weight 22.2 oz - When the first all-steel small frame (J) revolver was introduced in 1950 it became an instant success. Originally named the Chiefs Special by the International Association of Chiefs of Police it has become the first choice for those who insist on an allsteel small frame revolver with greater recoil control and proven performance.

UPC 022188632101
Caliber 357 MAGNUM
Action DOUBLE ACTION
Capacity 5 ROUNDS
Barrel Length 2 BARREL
Weight 1.4 LBS.
Finish STAINLESS













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