Smith & Wesson Model 66

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posted on January 13, 2014
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The K-Frame revolver in .357 Mag. is back. Since its introduction in 1899, the K-Frame has long been a favorite for military and police professionals, as well as target shooters and firearms enthusiasts in general. For 2014, Smith & Wesson decided it was time to bring back it's venerable Model 66, which was originally discontinued in 2005.

You can get a closer look at the Model 66 with the video below, hosted by Sheriff Jim Wilson.

Technical Specifications:

Caliber: .357 Mag./.38 S&W Special +P

Capacity: 6

Action: Single/Double Action

Barrel Length: 4.25”

Front Sight: Red Ramp

Rear Sight: White Outline, Adjustable

Grip: Synthetic

Weight: 36.6 oz.

Overall Length: 9.6875”

Frame Material: Stainless Steel

Cylinder Material: Stainless Steel

Finish: Glass Bead

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