Gun Deals: S&W Model 442 “We The People” .38SPL Revolver just… $429.99

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S&W Model 442 We The People .38SPL Revolver Deal

USA – -(Ammoland.com)- Palmetto State Armory has an S&W Model 442 “We The People” .38SPL Revolver for just $429.99 and a great nightstand weapon and you save over 24%.Buy Now Gun Deals

Smith & Wesson J-Frame revolvers have had your back since 1950. These small revolvers were designed to fire a full power round and are as simple and easy to use as they are reliable. Available in various calibers and with three diverse hammer designs, it is no surprise that the Smith & Wesson J-Frame has become the most popular, small-frame, defense revolver on the market.

Features:

  • Lightweight alloy frame for easy carry
  • Stainless steel barrel
  • Carbon steel cylinder
  • Snag-Free enclosed hammer
  • Rated for continuous +P Use
  • Brand: Smith & Wesson
  • Model: Model 442 “We The People” Limited Edition
  • Caliber: 38 S&W SPECIAL +P
  • Capacity: 5
  • Barrel Length: 1.875″
  • OAL: 6.3″
  • Sights: Integral
  • Action: Double Action Only
  • Grip: Synthetic
  • Weight: 14.6 oz
  • Cylinder Material: Carbon Steel
  • Barrel Material: Stainless Steel
  • Frame Material: Aluminum Alloy

The Model 442 is a variation of the Model 42 Centennial Airweight® that integrates the time-tested features of the original with modern advancements.

Gun Deals: S&W Model 442 “We The People” .38SPL Revolver just… $429.99

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RichV
RichV
1 month ago

No problem hitting targets rapid fire at 7yds rapid fire. Problem here is $429 is not a deal. I bought my Performance Center model couple years ago for $325

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Grigori
Grigori
1 month ago

* Only guaranteed to hit the target to ten yards. If it hits the target at ten yards it meets S&W’s “standard”. They care not if it is severely off-target at 25 yards, at which range this design is capable of accurately hitting the target handily. If it hits at ten yards it has met their (sub) “standard” and they will do nothing more to assist you.

Last edited 1 month ago by Grigori
Get Out
Get Out
1 month ago
Reply to  Grigori

Friend has a .38 special snubby and he’s consistent out to 25 yards, but he practices all the time due to the double action trigger pull weight. He also shoots a cylinder or two out to 50 yards with hits on the target just to see if he can. Think about it,10 yards is 30 feet which is outside the “21-Foot Rule” to engage a possible threat. IMOA snubbies will probably be used for a close threat such as at gas pump distance, a car jacking or standing in a cash register line etc. It’s on me to practice to… Read more »