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Smith & Wesson Model 610 Revolver

(8 customer reviews)

$999.00

The Smith & Wesson Model 610 Revolver 10mm Stainless Steel Large N-Frame Revolver is available in two barrel lengths. Ideal for model 610,

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The Smith & Wesson Model 610 Revolver 10mm Stainless Steel Large N-Frame Revolver is available in two barrel lengths. The Model 610 is ideal for personal protection or firearm hunting with the famous 10mm automatic cartridge.

Is the S&W 610 a good gun?

Chambered for smith and Wesson model 610 revolver bass pro the 10mm automatic, the Model 610 is a severe revolver, but it’s also a lot of fun to shoot. The gun comes with three moon clips. Includes a six-shot firearm and three moon clips to accommodate the rimless Smith & Wesson 10mm. Twenty-five-yard accuracy was excellent, as indicated by the accompanying graph. Smith & Wesson Model 60 Revolver 357 Magnum 5-Round for online.

Is the S&W 610 a good gun?

Chambered for the 10mm automatic, the Model 610 is a heavy revolver, but it’s also a smith & Wesson 10mm model 610 revolver that is a lot of fun to shoot. The gun comes with three moon clips. Includes a six-shot firearm and three moon clips to accommodate the rimless Smith & Wesson 10mm. Twenty-five-yard accuracy was excellent, as the accompanying graph indicates. Best IBM M1 Carbine for online.

SKU 12462
Model Model 610 10MM Revolver – 6.5″
Caliber 10mm Auto, 40 S&W
Capacity 6
Length 12
Front Sight Black Blade Interchangeable
Rear Sight Adjustable White Outline
Action Single/Double Action
Grip Synthetic
Cylinder Material Stainless Steel
Barrel Material Stainless Steel
Frame Material Stainless Steel
Barrel Length 6.5″ (16.5 cm)
Weight 50.1 oz.

Smith & Wesson was founded by Horace Smith and Daniel B. Wesson as the “Smith & Wesson Revolver Company” in 1856 after their previous company, also called the “Smith & Wesson Company” and later renamed as “Volcanic Repeating Arms“, was sold to Oliver Winchester and became the Winchester Repeating Arms Company. The modern Smith & Wesson had been previously owned by Bangor Punta and Tomkins plc before being acquired by Saf-T-Hammer Corporation in 2001. Smith & Wesson was a unit of American Outdoor Brands Corporation from 2016 to 2020, until the company was spun out in 2020.[1]

As Samuel Colt‘s patent on the revolver was set to expire in 1856, Wesson began developing a prototype for a cartridge revolver. His research pointed out that a former Colt employee named Rollin White held the patent for a “bored-through” cylinder, a component he would need for his invention. Wesson reconnected with Smith and the two partners approached White to manufacture a newly designed revolver-and-cartridge combination.[4] After Wesson left Volcanic Repeating Arms in 1856, he rejoined Smith to form the Smith & Wesson Revolver Company which would become the modern Smith & Wesson company.[5]

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    Patrick

    I have had mine about 2 years. When I first got it, I notice that there were some issues with reliability, with the first 200-400 rounds. After that it has been a flawless rifle, and I’m well into the thousands of rounds through it. Somewhere between 4000-5000. I think the reliability issues came from the sharp angles on the hammer-face. Once I shot it more it smoothed it out a bit, and it stopped catching. I will be buying more from PSA. They made me love the AK design. I have used ak’s before but never owned one until this rifle. I admit I buy a lot of Gucci guns, so I’m really happy PSA has delivered a product that encourages me to give the cheaper brands a chance

    March 19, 2022
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    Larry

    boy we old guys have to constantly answer stupid questions and challenges so ck out national interest.org july /2018 and think before you print…..

    July 4, 2021
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    Larry

    own 2 ar’s and 5 ak’s.There is a reason and it’s not the price;if I want reliable is ak all the way why do you think seals use them.The 2 ar’s are 762 and because of design both break bolts after about 2000 rounds.I don’t need this when SHTF.Also have USA Draco and it purrs like wildcat .Just sayin…

    July 2, 2021
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    Mike

    Reliable? Aks have failed and the mudtest showed that. Ballistics better than 5.56 in sbrs? Debatable. 77 grain 5.56 out of a 10.3 is still going faster than 7.62×39 out of this 12.25 barrel. Yeah it’s cool and a beast gun but there’s a reason even the russians moved away from 7.62×39 and into 5.45.

    May 21, 2021
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    RJack

    there’s a reason the 300blk out is gaining steam. and it’s not only because it suppresses well. it also has very similar ballistics to the 7.62 x39.

    (also the russians switched to 5.45 because weight, and recoil under full auto)

    April 23, 2021
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    Nick

    “AK’s have failed”…that’s like saying “Shit has smelled good before.” Maybe. But rarely. Stoppages are a way of life for AR’s, an occasional thing for AK’s. Is the bullet going twice as fast? Let’s face it, I have some 154 grain soft nosed bullets. Probably travelling at least 4/5ths the speed of your 77 grainer. Twice the weight. Half again as large in diameter. Ain’t gonna throw mine in the mud. I have used both. Clean ’em, lube ’em, put ’em side by side and fire till they stop. See which one fails first. You know as well as I do the AK will still be running long after the AR freezes up. Heavier bullet, larger diameter, way more dependable. You know that.

    April 8, 2021
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    Gruber

    the M16/AR15 was not the same weapon in 1967 as it is today. Everyone knows it had reliability issues, most of which was caused by ammunition/powder.

    January 20, 2021
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    Hans

    SEALs *used* AKs in a war 50+ years ago, that’s not the same thing as “SEALs use them.” There’s a plethora of reasons they used them, not all were because of reliability. For example, if behind enemy lines, ammo can be resupplied off of enemy dead. Modern day SOF use a lot of different weapons, and train on everything they might encounter. It doesn’t mean the AK is their primary weapon, which is what you made it sound like.

    January 20, 2021
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