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Smith & Wesson 340 PD Scandium Titanium .357 Magnum

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Smith & Wesson 1911

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Smith & Wesson Model M&P15


Those who are surprised by Smith & Wesson’s recent introduction of the Model M&P15 line of 5.56mm (.223 Remington) AR15 rifles are probably unaware that the company has actually been in the “black rifle” business several times before–most recently with its highly regarded Model 76 9mm military/police submachinegun, which was produced from 1966 through 1974, and before that with the 9mm S&W Light Rifle of the 1940s. The “M&P” designation in these new rifles stands for “Military & Police,” which continues a Smith & Wesson tradition for duty-oriented guns that dates all the way back to 1899 and the world’s first .38 Special revolver.


Three production-grade versions of the M&P15 are currently available, termed the M&P15 (standard model), the M&P15A, and the M&P15T (Tactical model). There is also a newly announced Model M&P15PC from the S&W Performance Center with premium features that include a two-stage match trigger and a 20-inch free-floated match-grade barrel. It is designed for competition, varmint shooting, and long-range tactical applications.


The marketplace is filled with AR-type rifles, so why has Smith & Wesson decided to move in this particular direction? S&W long gun Product Manager Steve Skrubis says, “Our goal is to be a full-service supplier of law-enforcement and personal-defense firearms and to offer a full-service array of firearms tools.

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Smith & Wesson’s M&P15-22 Rifle


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Smith & Wesson Model 500

S&W Model 500 .50 cal

S&W Model 500 .50 cal


This huge revolver is a .50 cal. Don’t be on the wrong side of this pistol

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