Table of Contents
- 1 Where can I find the serial number on a Smith and Wesson pistol?
- 2 When did Smith and Wesson start publishing model numbers?
- 3 How to contact Smith and Wesson about the recall?
- 4 What kind of Revolver is Smith and Wesson 38 / 44?
- 5 What kind of Revolver is a Smith and Wesson?
- 6 How many Smith and Wesson handguns are there?
Where can I find the serial number on a Smith and Wesson pistol?
Look up the pistol’s full serial number — including all letters and numbers — in the back section of the “Standard Catalog of Smith & Wesson” book. These listings inform you of the pistol’s date of manufacture, based on the serial number.
When did Smith and Wesson start publishing model numbers?
Smith & Wesson did not have model numbers until 1957. They rarely printed the model names on the guns. Is it a S&W? Is it a six-shooter? Is there any other tradename on the gun or grips? Can we have photos? Will you give us a redacted serial number, e.g. 123XXX? Help us help you. And, welcome aboard. Photos are a big help in identifying any gun.
How to identify a s and W revolver and when was it made?
Many people have questions about how to identify a S&W revolver and when was it made. I borrowed this from a thread on Highroad.org forum. It has a lot of info that might be of interest to many of you. This is where to look for the model number (not used until around 1957). Sometimes the serial number is here, especially in later models.
How to contact Smith and Wesson about the recall?
Please send this information to us electronically at [email protected] . If you do not have the capability to return the form electronically, please call 888-871-7114. This information is vital to ensure that notice of the recall is given to all affected purchasers.
What kind of Revolver is Smith and Wesson 38 / 44?
Smith & Wesson .38/44. Smith & Wesson .38/44 identifies a series of 6 shot, double-action, Smith & Wesson N-frame revolvers chambered for the .38 Special cartridge loaded to higher pressures than were considered appropriate for earlier revolvers chambered for that cartridge.
When was the Smith and Wesson 357 Magnum made?
Revolvers were manufactured from 1930 to 1941, and after World War II from 1946 to 1966 until competitively priced .357 Magnum revolvers became widely available.
What kind of Revolver is a Smith and Wesson?
.38 Chiefs Special Revolver Model 36 The Smith & Wesson .38 Chiefs Special Revolver is a five-shot breech loading hand weapon. It is produced with solid frame and a swing-out type cylinder having five chambers around the central axis so that 5 shots may be fired before reloading is necessary. The weapon may be
How many Smith and Wesson handguns are there?
Moving forward from those beginnings, Smith & Wesson shaped innovations in the manufacturing of modern handguns. As of March 2011, Smith & Wesson offers approximately 110 different pistols of varied designs and features.
Where was the first Smith and Wesson pistol made?
The Smith & Wesson company was formed in 1852, in Norwich, Connecticut. The company’s first offering was a lever-action repeating pistol.