A basic hands-on illustration of the common Smith & Wesson frame sizes. This video is in some ways one of my "Basics" videos; however, not necessarily. I could be a very experienced shooter...
Top image: Smith & Wesson 22/32 Kit Gun courtesy collectorsfirearms.comSource: www.americanrifleman.org
When somebody comes up with a great gun idea, one of the first things demanded after its initial success is either a scaled-down or scaled-up version. Smith & Wesson ’s Hand Ejector series of double-action revolvers has become the icon of the company and was the benchmark of revolvers for...
Smith & Wesson has produced revolvers over the years in several standard frame sizes. M refers to the small early Ladysmith frame, I to the small .32 frame, J to the small .38 frame, K to the medium .38 frame, L to medium large, and N to the largest .44 Magnum type frame. In 2003, the even larger X frame was introduced for the .500 S&W Magnum.. Smith & Wesson Model 1
These compact versions of our popular full size M&P pistols may be smaller but they still pack a full-sized punch. Durable and comfortable, they are capable of handling as many rounds as you are. Engineered with an attention to detail and superior ergonomics; built on high-strength polymer frame reinforced with a rigid stainless steel chassis.
The S&W Ladysmith (later styled LadySmith) is a series of handguns manufactured by Smith & Wesson starting early in the 20th century. Early models, branded were chambered in .22 Long.Starting in the 1980s, under the slightly modified "LadySmith" moniker, S&W manufactured several short-barreled revolvers and semi-automatic pistols
1913.35 Automatic Pistol After years of development and testing, Smith & Wesson produced its first automatic pistol on May 3, 1913. The .35 Automatic featured two safety devices and was available in blue or nickel for $16.50.
Grip Selection To order a Smith & Wesson grip from us, you will need to know whether your gun is a J, K/L, or N frame AND whether it has a round or square butt.The information below is to help you determine what you have.