Summary: The description, specs, photo, pricing and user ratings for Dan Wesson’s 715 revolver.
Dan Wesson has brought back the 715, a revolver built on a stainless steel frame and chambered in .357 Magnum (and .38 Special). Other features include:
- A tensioned, stainless steel barrel with a heavy vent shroud;
- a double-action/single-action trigger with a transfer-bar mechanism;
- a forward crane latch, located in front of the cylinder and paired with a rear ball detent;
- a clockwise rotating cylinder (the same direction the crane locks);
- a fully adjustable, black, target-style rear sight;
- a black, serrated, ramped front sight; and
- a one-piece black rubber grip held in place by one bottom screw.
Dan Wesson says you can easily swap barrel assemblies, and that the 715 accepts grips and barrel/shroud assemblies from 15-2 model and newer revolvers. Each revolver ships in a custom Dan Wesson hard case, which includes compartments for three additional barrel assemblies and a factory-supplied barrel wrench kit.
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