ⓘ Smith & Wesson Safety Hammerless

                                     

ⓘ Smith & Wesson Safety Hammerless

The Smith & Wesson Safety Hammerless or Smith & Wesson New Departure is a double-action revolver that was produced from 1887 to 1940 by Smith & Wesson. Based on the Smith & Wesson Model 2 double-action design, the revolver incorporated an internal hammer and an external grip safety on its back-strap. It was chambered in.32 S&,W and.38 S&,W calibers, these revolvers were discontinued prior to World War II, being eclipsed by the stronger hand ejector models.

                                     
  • attempt in 1913. The Smith Wesson Safety Hammerless is a double - action revolver that was produced from 1887 to 1940 by Smith Wesson Based on the Model
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  • Army revolvers were made by Colt s Manufacturing Company. The Smith Wesson Safety Hammerless models were produced from 1887 to just before World War II
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