New S&W Performance Center Concealed-Carry Revolvers

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posted on January 13, 2017
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In 2017 the Smith & Wesson Performance Center .38 S&W Spl. +P compact revolvers will be available in two new versions, both with 1.88" barrels, Performance Center-tuned actions and internal hammers. One version (main image, SKU 10186) comes with a custom textured wood grip and a matte silver finish, while the other version (below left, SKU 170348) has a cylinder that is cut for moon clips and a synthetic grip with a stylish wood insert. The bright-finish on the cylinder flutes contrasts the black synthetic grips. The thumb piece and side-plate screws complete the stunning appearance.

  

The Model 637 .38 S&W Spl. +P (above right, SKU 170349) revolver comes standard with a Performance Center-tuned action and an external hammer. The matte finish blends well with the custom textured wood grips, making this functional firearm at home in a holster or in a collector’s cabinet.

For more, visit the Smith & Wesson Performance Center at smith-wesson.com/pc.

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