Does Smith and Wesson still make the 586?
The 586 was discontinued in 1999. After a 13-year absence, it was reintroduced in 2012 with the aforementioned safety modifications, plus an improved yoke, as the 586-8 variant. These are produced with 4- and 6-inch barrel lengths, as part of Smith & Wesson’s Classic line of revolvers.
What frame is the Smith & Wesson 586?
The Smith & Wesson® Model 586 is an L-Frame, double-action revolver chambered in . 357 magnum. The L-Frame Smith & Wesson is a “medium/heavy” frame specifically designed to hold up to prolonged use with full-power .
What is a Distinguished Combat Magnum?
Originally introduced in 1980, the Distinguished Combat Magnum came about at the apogee of the service revolver. It was designed as a daily carry sidearm, putting handling and ease-of-use above size or weight concerns. At 46 ounces with a six-inch barrel that should be obvious (40 ounces for the four-inch model).
Is it OK to dry fire a Smith and Wesson revolver?
Q: Can I dry fire my Smith & Wesson? A: Yes, except for the . 22 caliber pistols which includes models 22A, 22S, 422, 2206, 2214, 2213 and 41.
What is a S&W 686 plus?
The Model 686 Plus is an L-Frame, Smith & Wesson® Double-Action Revolver chambered in . 357 magnum. The L-Frame Smith & Wesson is a “medium/heavy” frame specifically designed to hold up the to prolonged use with full-power .
Is the Smith and Wesson 686 still made?
The Smith & Wesson Model 686 is a six- or seven-shot double-action revolver manufactured by Smith & Wesson and chambered for the . 357 Magnum cartridge; it will also chamber and fire . 38 Special cartridges….
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