Last updated on April 1st, 2012 at 12:48 am
Smith & Wesson Model 64 SS .38 Revolver
The Smith and Wesson Model 64 Military and Police revolver is the stainless steel version of its Model 10. It is a six shot revolver chambered in .38 Special.
The Model 65, is similar but chambered in .357 Magnum, being a stainless steel version of the carbon steel Model 13. The Model 65 cylinder is longer to accommodate the longer .357 Magnum cartridge. The Model 65 was in production from 1972 until some time in 2004-2005, and utilized the same standard K-frame (S&W medium frame) as the Model 64. Beginning in 1980, S&W also produced .357 Magnum revolvers on their “medium-large” frame size (“L-frame”) to better handle the higher long-term stresses of the magnum loads, calling the larger frame revolver in stainless steel the Model 686.
Caliber: .38 S&W Special +P (Model 64); .357 Magnum (Model 65)
Capacity: 6 Rounds
Barrel Length: varies
Material: Stainless Steel
S&W M64 162506 38 4IN HB SS
SMITH & WESSON INC Model 64 Revolver
Smith & Wesson 6 Round Stainless 38 Special w/4″ Heavy Barrel
The Smith & Wesson Model 64 revolver was first introduced by Smith & Wesson
in 1899 and has become one of the most recognized handguns in the world.
Features of the Model 64 include an all steel construction, black rubber
finger grooved grips, and a 4″ heavy stainless steel barrel.
Mfg Item Num: 162506
Category: FIREARMS – HANDGUNS
Action :Single / Double
Caliber :38 Special
Barrel Length :4″
Capacity :6 rd
Safety :No Manual
Sights :Integral (Front); Fixed (Rear)
Weight :35.5 oz
Finish :Satin Stainless
I love this pistol, this is the most stable pistol that I’ve compare with Pistol Caliber .45 M1911 It is suitable for female because while the bullet shoot out, it won’t shake much, and you can aim easily to the point you shoot.
Here is the video that I tried during New Year in Chanthaburi Thailand.
For more information you can read from here Smith & Wesson Model 64