Smith & Wesson Model 60

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Summary: The description, specs, pricing, photos and user ratings for the Smith & Wesson Model 60 revolver.

Manufacturer’s Description

Smith & Wesson‘s (S&W) Model 60 is a five-round revolver chambered in .357 Magnum and .38 Special +P, and built on a stainless steel frame with a stainless steel cylinder. You can get it with a 3″ or 2.125″ barrel.

Finished in satin stainless, this single/double-action pistol features a synthetic grip, and either an adjustable rear sight (with the 3″ barrel) or a fixed rear sight (with the 2.125″ barrel). The front sight is a black blade on both versions.

The Model 60 with the 2.13" barrel.

The Model 60 with the 2.13″ barrel.

S&W also offers a Pro Series version that features a pinned ramp front night sight, an adjustable rear sight, an ergonomic high-hand hold with an oversized laminate grip, a 3″ slab-side barrel and a matte stainless finish (see photo below).

And a Model 60 LS (the “LS” stands for Lady Smith) is available, too. It features a black blade front sight, a fixed rear sight, a 2.125″ barrel, a finger-groove wood grip and a matte stainless finish (see photo below).

The Specs

Caliber Capacity OAL BBL Weight
.357 mag, .38 Special +P, .38 Special 5 6.56″ 2.125″ 22.6 oz.
.357 mag, .38 Special +P, .38 Special 5 7.5″ 3″ 24.5 oz.


MSRP: $729 (2.125″ barrel, standard)
MSRP: $759 (3″ barrel, standard)
MSRP: $759 (Model 60 LS)
MSRP: $799 (Pro Series w/slab-side barrel)

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The Model 60 with the 3" barrel.

The Model 60 with the 3″ barrel.

The Model 60 Pro Series with the slab-side barrel.

The Model 60 Pro Series with the slab-side barrel.

The Model 60 LS.

The Model 60 LS.

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