What year was the Smith and Wesson 10 5 Made?
Or, more simply, a Model 10-5. This particular example dates back to 1966-1967. I can say that because of the serial number (see below). The “C” range of serial numbers stretched from 1948 until they ran out in 1967.
What does a Smith and Wesson Model 10 shoot?
The Model 10 is one of S&W’s oldest guns still in production, first released in 1899 as the Hand Ejector. It is a six shot, . 38 Special only, double action revolver. The sights are fixed, with the rear being integral to the frame.
What is the difference between a 586 and a 686 Smith & Wesson?
38 Special cartridges. The Model 586 has a carbon steel construction and is available in a blued or nickel finish; it is essentially the same firearm as the Model 686, which has stainless steel construction. It is also known as the Distinguished Combat Magnum.
What is a Smith and Wesson Model 10 5 chambered?
Guns Listing ID: 369841 The Smith & Wesson Model 10, previously known as the .38 Hand Ejector Model of 1899, is a K frame revolver that saw extensive use throughout the 1900’s. Over 6 million were pr …Click for more info Guns Listing ID: 365330 For sale is a Smith & Wesson Model 10-5 chambered in .38 Special with a 4″ barrel.
Where is the model number on a Smith and Wesson pre-Model 10?
A Smith & Wesson Pre-Model 10 will not say that inside the yoke and it will not have any phrasing close to Model 10. The easiest explanation can be taken from the “ 41st Edition Blue Book of Gun Values :” Smith & Wesson handguns manufactured after 1957 are stamped with a model number on the frame under the cylinder yoke.
What kind of Revolver is the Smith and Wesson Model 10-7?
Guns Listing ID: 343828 For sale is this Smith & Wesson Model 10-7, a 6-shot revolver chambered in 38 Special. It is built on a medium-sized K-frame and uses a design that’s been in production for mo …Click for more info Guns Listing ID: 343464 Offered for sale is a Smith & Wesson Model 10 Victory.
How many models of Smith&Wesson revolvers are there?
If you are a true die-hard of Smith & Wesson revolvers you know that essentially 3 models are synonymous with the Model 10. Depending on what era and year we are talking about it could go by multiple names. Not to be silly, but the example you will see repeated photos of in this article are a “Model 10.”