Smith & Wesson Model 40 Centennial

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Summary: The manufacturer’s description and specs, and the average user rating for the Smith & Wesson Model 40 Centennial revolver.

Manufacturer’s Description

To commemorate the reintroduction of the Model 40, the Smith & Wesson Custom Engraving Department has hand engraved 20 of these unique handguns. These exquisite firearms will be covered with Class A engraving, surrounded with inlayed 24kt gold borders. What also makes these revolvers so highly collectible is the fact that they will carry a special serial number range, CLR0001–CLR0020. For that final touch, you will be shipped a glass top cherry stained presentation case to proudly display your lavishly engraved firearm.

Smith & Wesson’s Model 40 Centennial is a five-round revolver chambered in .38 Special +P and built with carbon steel. Sporting a blue finish, this single/double-action pistol features an Altamont service walnut grip, an integral front sight, a fixed rear sight, and a grip safety.

MSRP: $6,500

The Specs

Caliber Capacity OAL BBL
.38 Special +P 5 6.3125″ 1.875″

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