The Smith & Wesson Model 10 is one of the most successful police revolvers of all time, used by police and military on most continents from the early 1900's through today. The anchor of the Smith & Wesson line, the Model 10 is built on mid-sized the K-Frame with a fluted cylinder. Beginning with the introduction of the 10-5 in 1962, all Model 10's have a a straight bull barrel and a sloped, milled ramp front sight. The Victory Model is a Model 10 produced between 1942 and 1944 with a special V serial number prefix. These handguns were used by the United States forces in World War II. This revolver features British lend-lease markings, a ramped front sight with a rear groove, and replacement wooden grip panels. Its wood, metal, and bore are all in good condition.