The Model 686 is possibly the most popular .357 Magnum service revolver ever produced by Smith & Wesson. Nearly always finished in stainless steel with adjustable rear sights, the gun can be found in both 6-Shot and 7-Shot cylinder variants with barrel lengths starting at 2.5" and extending on o...[Read More]
The Model 65 is the gun which most closely resembles a traditional service revolver within the Taurus family of wheel guns. Features a 6-round capacity cylinder chambered in .357 Magnum and capable of shooting .38 Special as well. Offers combat grips, fixed sights, and a single-action/double-action...[Read More]
The King Cobra is one of Colt's most well-known service revolvers. Chambered in .357 Magnum/.38 Special with a 6-Shot capacity. Available in one blued and two stainless finishes. The reinforced gun was made with barrels that varied from 2.5" in length up to 8" in length.
Probably Colts most famous service revolver after the original Peacemaker, the Python .357 saw decades of use amongst police forces worldwide. Featuring a reinforced barrel bracketed by a full-length lug and other heavy-duty upgrades. The gun was made to extremely tight tolerances that contributed ...[Read More]