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Favored for its lightweight and hammerless design, the Smith & Wesson Model 40 is a snub-nose, J-frame revolver originally manufactured as the Centennial in 1952 then renamed five years later as the Model 40. Chambered in 38 Special +P, with a 5-round capacity, the frame and cylinder are made from carbon steel. The small, lightweight, and hammerless design makes the Model 40 a desirable revolver for concealed carry. Includes the original box and manual.
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