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Smith & Wesson .38 Regulation Police Handgun

Item # UF103395696

Key Features

  • Action - Revolver

  • Action Type - Double Action

  • Caliber - .38 S&W

  • Barrel Length - 4"

  • Weight - 1.0 Lb.

Our Price   $599.99

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Product Description
smithwesson Realizing that not everyone would accept the .32 Regulation Police as a viable sidearm, Smith & Wesson released a parallel model at the same time. The small I-framed revolver was able to accept a five shot cylinder chambered for the .38 S&W cartridge, originally introduced back in the 1870s in their top-break revolver line. As the name suggests, the Regulation Police was carried by a number of police officers across the country and was especially popular with the FBI and other plain clothes officers. This double-action revolver features a blade front sight with a rear groove and checkered wooden grips. Its grips, metal, and bore are all in good condition.
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Specifications
Model .38 Regulation Police
Type Handgun
Action Revolver
Action Type Double Action
Caliber .38 S&W
Barrel Length 4"
Weight 1.0 Lb.
Sights Blade Front/Rear Groove
Finish Blued
Grips Wood
Capacity 5
Grip Condition Good
Metal Condition Good
Bore Condition Good

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