Smith and Wesson 66 6 RD 357
The Smith and Wesson 66 6 RD 357 is a revolver that was first introduced in 1899. It is a six-shot, double-action revolver chambered for the .357 Magnum cartridge. The 66 6 RD 357 has a 6-inch barrel and a weight of 39 ounces. But it is constructed of a stainless steel frame and cylinder and has a black rubber grip. The revolver is designed for law enforcement and self-defense and is one of the most popular revolvers in the world.
Model 66 combat magnum 4 inch
The Smith & Wesson Model 66 Combat Magnum is stainless steel, K-frame revolver chambered for the .357 Magnum cartridge. It was introduced in 1970 as a more robust alternative to the Model 19 and featured a heavy barrel and full-length underlug. The Model 66 is built on Smith & Wesson’s large-frame K-series platform and shares many features with other revolvers in the line, including a trigger guard-mounted cylinder release and adjustable rear sight. The gun was discontinued in 2005 but was reintroduced in 2014 with a 4-inch barrel.
Smith and Wesson k frame 357
The Smith & Wesson K-Frame is a family of centerfire revolvers produced by Smith & Wesson from 1899 to 1966. The K-Frame was introduced in 1899 as the .32 Regulation Police. In 1902, the .38 Regulation Police were introduced, followed by the .38/44 Outdoorsman in 1915. But these revolvers were built on the K-Frame but were chambered for more powerful cartridges than the .38 Special. In 1956, the .357 Magnum was introduced, and the K-Frame was again used for this cartridge. Buy Smith & Wesson Model 69 Revolver 44 Remington Magnum online.
So, the K-Frame revolvers were popular with law enforcement and target shooters. They were also used by some of the most famous gunfighters of the American West, including Wyatt Earp and Bat Masterson. The Smith & Wesson Model 19, which is a K-Frame revolver chambered for the .357 Magnum, is considered by many to be one of the best revolvers ever made.