SMITH & WESSON 929 PERFORMANCE
SMITH & WESSON 929 PERFORMANCE

SMITH & WESSON 929 PERFORMANCE

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Product Information & Specs

The Smith & Wesson 929 is an eight-shot revolver. It features a matte silver finish stainless steel frame and 6.5 barrel and titanium alloy fluted cylinder cut for moonclips. This pistol also offers patridge front and adjustable rear sights removable compensator chrome teardrop hammer and trigger with stop and black synthetic grip. The Smith Wesson 929 is engraved with gunsmith Jerry Miculeks signature just above the trigger.

Details

Caliber 9mm - Capacity 8 Rounds - Action Single Double Action - Barrel Length 6.5 (16.5 cm) - Front Sight Patridge - Rear Sight Adjustable - Grip Synthetic Synthetic - Weight 44.1 oz. (1250.2 g) - Overall Length 12.25 (31.1 cm) - Frame Material Stainless Steel - Cylinder Material Titanium Alloy - Finish Glass Bead - Purpose Protection Recreation Competition - Performance Center - Removable Compensator - Titanium Cylinder - Jerry Miculek Signature - Chrome Teardrop Hammer - Chrome Trigger with Stop - Cylinder Cut for Moonclips - PC Tuned Action - Performance Center guns originate from standard designs or are created from the ground up. From hand-cutting and fitting to fine tuning for precision these firearms are top performers. Products from the Performance Center are the ultimate expression of old-world craftsmanship blended with modern technology.

UPC 022188703412
Caliber 9MM LUGER (9X19 PARA)
Action DOUBLE ACTION
Capacity 8 ROUNDS
Barrel Length 6.5" BARREL
Weight 2.8 LBS.













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