Smith & Wesson Model 69 Revolver 44 Remington Magnum 4.25″


The Smith & Wesson Model 69 is a revolver that was introduced in the early 1990s. It is chambered for the .44 Magnum cartridge, and is built on a large frame.

The Model 69 is capable of firing both .44 Magnum and .44 Special ammunition. It has a sixround cylinder and stainless steel construction.

What type of cylinder does a Smith and Wesson 69 have?

For Model 69, Smith & Wesson Model 69 Revolver 44 Remington made notable changes from the traditional S&W revolver. First, to fit the powerful .44 Magnum into the L-frame (initially designed for the .357 Magnum cartridge), S&W dropped a round from the norm and made the 69 with a 5-shot cylinder. The Smith & Wesson Model 329PD takes the company’s pioneering technology for smaller revolvers and translates it into large-caliber, large-frame firearms. The result is perhaps the lightest. Smith & Wesson Model 69 Revolver 44 Remington revolver ever made.

What is a 44 Magnum revolver?

The grips absorb the s&w model 69 problems recoil, making this revolver pleasant enough to use. It’s easy to handle light loads, and a whole house isn’t a problem. In terms of accuracy, it’s more than enough for anything from target shooting to home protection to pistol hunting from an acceptable range. Finally, S&W made another engineering change on the ’69 (and other recently made revolvers): a new two-piece barrel manufacturing process consisting of a rifled inner sleeve inserted into a shroud, rather than the one-piece solid barrels. Of the old school. It is a money-saving technique from S&W, which I grudgingly understand.

What frame is the Smith and Wesson 69?

Available in a five-shot cylinder, the L-Frame has a strong, durable frame and barrel built for continuous Magnum use. As cops and hunters attest, this firearm is built to withstand heavy use.

What kind of barrel does a Smith and Wesson 69 have?

Review S&W Model 69 Combat Magnum, The latest addition to Smith & Wesson’s Combat Magnum family, is a .44 Mag. with a 2.75-inch barrel. January 11, 2018, By Brad Fitzpatrick, Smith & Wesson has been experimenting with frame size in revolvers for more than a century, and the results haven’t always been positive.

What is the Smith&Wesson Model 69 Combat Magnum?

Smith & Wesson attempted to maximize the power of its mid-size revolvers in 2014 with the release of the five-shot Model 69 Combat Magnum (M69). Essentially, the company combined the desirable features of the K-Frame .357 Mag. Combat Magnums with the .44 Mag. cartridge, previously reserved for larger models like the N-Frame Model 29.


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