S&W 351C Revolver 1.875" 22WMR BL Aluminum No Ilock
The Smith & Wesson J-Frame has become the most popular small frame personal defense revolver on the market.
# Model: 351 C
# Caliber: .22 MagnumŪ/ 22WMR
# Capacity: 7 Rounds
# Barrel Length: 1.875" / 4.7 cm
# Front Sight: XS SightsŪ White Dot
# Rear Sight: Fixed U-Notch
# Overall Length: 6.25" / 15.9 cm
# Action: Double Action Only
# Frame Size: Small - Internal Hammer
# Weight: 11 oz / 311.8 g
# Grip: Synthetic
# Material: Aluminum Alloy
Aluminum Alloy Cylinder
# Finish: Matte Black
# Purpose: Personal Protection,
Manufacturer Smith & Wesson
Type Double Action Only
Barrel Length 1.875"
No Internal Lock
Fired Casing Fired Case
Sights Fixed Sights
Manufacturer Part # 103351
UPC Code: 022188033519
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