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The Smith & Wesson .38 M&P SP Stainless has always been one of the most plentiful revolvers on the market in its standard 4 inch Heavy Barrel configuration. That is not true about the 2 inch Round Butt Grip Frame variant. Two inch Model 64s have historically held their value and appreciated considerably over the years, due to the comparatively sparse number of them ever issued to begin with. Here is a real find, as far as we are concerned; a Smith & Wesson numbered model 64, Second Engineering Change / 64-2, The Model 64 is only the second stainless steel revolver made by S&W, the first being the Model 60. The Model 64 is based on the Model 10 and began production in 1970. Specs on this revolver are traditional double and single action; caliber .38 Special and rated for +P loads; 2 inch heavy barrel; entire stainless steel construction with satin stainless .265 service hammer and matching .312 smooth combat trigger. Sights are fixed notch rear and serrated ramp front sight with wide rib on the heavy barrel. Frame type is K, medium frame with round butt smooth surface grip frame. Grips are original issue factory S&W Goncalo Magna type service grips. Weight empty is 28 ounces. Its weight and balance with center of gravity at the trigger make it one of the most pleasant and user friendly firearms ever. This specimen shows only moderate surface detractions: holster buffing at places on its surface; small amounts of scouring on the lower frame and trigger guard edges.
Cartridge: .38 Special
Capacity: 6 Rounds
Barrel Length: 2 inch
Fire Modes: Double Action
|Caliber||38 S&W SP|
|Frame Material||NOT SPECIFIED|
|Slide Material||NOT SPECIFIED|
|Barrel Length||2 BARREL|
|Receiver Material||NOT SPECIFIED|
|Receiver Finish||NOT SPECIFIED|
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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