There’s a reason the Smith & Wesson Shield is one of the most popular handguns on the market: It’s accurate,…Read More >
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I know, buying your first S&W handgun online is quite difficult. You can’t hold the gun, and nobody’s around to…Read More >
I don’t know if we’re all just born with an inherent knowledge of the clout Smith & Wesson holds amongst…Read More >
The past decade has certainly been a golden age for the firearms industry. We have more guns than ever before…Read More >
I have used a Smith and Wesson M&P pistol as my carry gun for quite some time. My first such…Read More >
All of us in the gun community are very aware of the gun options from Smith & Wesson. (If you…Read More >
The model designation M&P (Military & Police) predates the current Smith & Wesson autoloaders by 106 years. Originally applied to…Read More >
A sensation when first introduced, the Combat Magnum became one of the most popular handguns of all time. In terms of power, accuracy, and fit and finish, few modern service pistols equal Smith and Wesson’s best revolver. At the time of its introduction, the Combat Magnum was the world’s lightest .357 Magnum revolver. Truly, the Combat Magnum was the revolver everyone wanted and arguably the finest service revolver ever fielded.
Smith and Wesson introduced the most successful revolver of all time in 1899. The Military and Police or .38 Hand Ejector was manufactured in the millions and once armed three-quarters of the police in America. Becoming the Model Ten in 1957, the K frame revolver is the ideal size for daily carry and a well-balanced handgun.