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Introduced in the era immediately following World War II, Smith & Wesson designed the Model 36 to provide a weapon that could fire the more powerful .38 Special round in a small, concealable package. Like nearly all other J-frame Smith & Wesson revolvers, The Model 36 has a 5-round capacity in a swing-out cylinder and features an exposed hammer. While the Model 36 is slightly heavier than its aluminum-framed brother, the Model 37, the 36's steel frame provides greater heft and comfort for many shooters while reducing felt recoil. This double-action revolver features a ramped front sight with a rear groove and square-butt wooden grips. Its grips, metal, and bore are all in good condition.