Snub Training – S&W Model 15

January 26, 2009

A six shot, .38-caliber blue steel Smith revolver of medium size or K-frame. It was manufactured by Smith and Wesson and was available with a two inch barrel. The blue steel Model 15 is distinct from the Model 10 in having an adjustable rear sight. This feature permits the snub’s owner to adjust for point-of-aim, point-of-impact changes when shooting various bullet weights.

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Snub Training – S&W Model 12

January 22, 2009

A six shot, .38-caliber aluminum-alloy frame Smith revolver of medium size or K-frame. It was manufactured by Smith and Wesson and was available with a two inch barrel. It was a light weight version of the Model-10 and much loved by the lucky shooters who own them. It is also known as the Military & Police Airweight


Snub Training – S&W Model 10

January 20, 2009

A six shot, .38-caliber blue steel Smith revolver of medium size or K-frame. It was manufactured by Smith and Wesson and was available with a two inch barrel. It was the most common Smith and Wesson snub until the advent of the five shot Chief Special. The blue steel Model 10 is also known as the Military and Police (M&P) It was superseded by stainless steel Model 64.


Snub Training – S&W Combat Magnum

December 30, 2008

A six shot, .357-caliber blue steel revolver of medium size or K-frame. It was manufactured by Smith and Wesson and was available with a two and a half inch barrel and adjustable sights. In its day it was considered by some as the “Cadillac of snubs” and was at one time the official side arm of the U.S. Secret Service.  Also known as the Model 19 it was replaced by the stainless steel Model 66.