.40 S&W Revolver

.40 S&W Revolver

This is a discussion on .40 S&W Revolver within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I'd just learned (two days ago) that Charter Arms has a revolver that is chambered for the .40 S&W round and today found that Smith ...

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    .40 S&W Revolver

    I'd just learned (two days ago) that Charter Arms has a revolver that is chambered for the .40 S&W round and today found that Smith and Wesson has already had one on the market.

    Product: Model 310 Night Guard

    Anyone own - every handled / shot one of these?
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    Never held one, but S&W used to have a model 610 I believe. It was 10mm & 40

    Charter has been working on releasing theirs for probably the last 2 years. Don't know what the problems were.
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    The Charter variety only chambers .40. The 310 can shoot 10mm, or .40.

    The Charter retails for about $350. The 610 goes for about $850.

    If you want a gun to just casually plink some .40 through it, I would go for the Charter.

    I already have a Smith 610, so the 310 doesn't really do much for me.

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    S&W made two different versions of .40S&W revolver, the PC 646 in 1999 (400 made) and the non-PC 646 in 2003 (300 made), both were 4" L-frames with titanium cylinders that used moonclips. I have one of the non-PC versions.
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    That's pretty interesting...10mm and .40 SW. A large revolver though...be fun to have it in the safe, I just don't know that it would get a lot of carryin'...
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