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A “Smith & Wesson Model 18 (22 Combat Masterpiece)” is the focus of this episode of From the Vault. This week, the narration and explanation are from Keith Ford, a GunTech from Brownells.
This revolver, developed in 1948, was handcrafted by Smith & Wesson employees and features a ramped front sight, a 4 in. barrel, a ribbed barrel, a target hammer, a broad target trigger, and wood grips.
Take a watch an learn a bit about the Smith & Wesson Model 18 (22 Combat Masterpiece).
The Smith & Wesson Model 18 was later discontinued in 1985 along with several other revolvers. For a look at more current wheel-guns, here is Brownells’s entire lineup.
Brownells is headquartered in Grinnell, IA (and is worth a visit). They describe themselves as a company, “…forever connected to the outdoors and forever committed to its industry.” You can find them online at Brownells.com, connect with them on Facebook (/BrownellsInc/) or follow them on Instagram, @brownellsinc. You can also, of course, subscribe to their YouTube Channel. Brownells, Inc.: Serious About Firearms Since 1939.
Live above the 49th Parallel? You can now order many Brownells products in Canada, too.
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