S&W 500 Compensated, .500 S&W, 8.38

S&W 500 Compensated, .500 S&W, 8.38" BBL, 5rd

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S&W 500, .500 S&W, 8.38" BBL Compensated, 5 Rds

S&W 500 .500 4" - Compensated

S&W Model 500, Compensated, .500 Mag, 4", 5RD
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• Most Powerful Production Revolver in the World Today • Massive .500 S&W Magnum® Cartridge 2600 ft/lb. Muzzle Energy • A Hunting Handgun For Any Game Animal Walking • Recoil Tamed with Effective Muzzle Compensator • Internal Lock • Ultimate Defensive Carry and Dangerous Game Backup Handgun • Easily Removeable Muzzle Compensator for Different Recoil Reduction Effects and to Accomodate Different Types of Ammunition • Comes with 2 Compensators; 1 for Lead Bullet and 1 for Jacketed Bullet Ammunition • Muzzle Energy Capability in Excess of 2000 ft/lb. in a 56 oz. Package In 2003 the gunsmiths and engineers at Smith & Wesson wanted to deliver maximum power for serious handgun hunters. The power they sought required an entirely new frame, the massive "X-Frame™," and was the basis for the new Model S&W500™, the most powerful production revolver in the world. This ushered in the era of the "big gun" and was only the beginning. For ultimate power and velocity there's nothing even close to an X-Frame model handgun.
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UPC Code22188635041
ManufacturerSmith & Wesson
Caliber.500 S&W
Overall Length10.25"
Sights (detailed)Red Ramp (front), Adjustable (rear)
Weight Empty56 oz.
Frame FinishSatin Stainless
Frame MaterialStainless Steel
Barrel Length (in)4"
Mag Capacity / Rounds5rd
Accessory RailNot Applicable
FFL RequirementsAll firearms must be shipped to a Federal Firearms License (FFL) holder. We cannot and will not ship firearms to anyone but a FFL. We must receive the receiving dealer's FFL by fax (314-558-8429) or email ([email protected]).
WarrantyWarranty provided by product manufacturer.
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