Smith Wesson Model 351 C Reviews

Smith Wesson Model 351 C Reviews

Smith Wesson Model 351 C Review

Smith Wesson Model 351 C

Smith Wesson Model 351 C Review

January 30, 2018 by dailycaller.com

The revolver-making firm of Smith & Wesson has offered so-called “hammerless” revolvers since the late 1880s. Production was not continuous in that the original hinged-frame versions were discontinued from the line just before World War II. A solid-frame gun, chambered for modern cartridges and updated in other particulars, was introduced in the early 1950s and dropped in the late ’60s. Consumer demand brought the gun back in the ’80s and remains strong to the present day. A particular model of this style of revolver is the focus of this review.

Smith Wesson Model 351 C Review

Smith Wesson Model 351 C

Smith Wesson Model 351 C Review

January 30, 2018 by shootingwire.com

Many years ago, I engaged in a discussion with a pair of my uncles at a holiday get-together. I don't recall the date – I may still have been in the Army or had just been out shortly. They were engaging me in a discussion about defensive hardware. One a municipal copper and the other a cow-country deputy, they both had pairs of Model 15 Combat Masterpiece revolvers. Each had a four-inch gun for uniform wear and the 2" for "plainclothes or off-duty."

Smith Wesson Model 351 C Review

Smith Wesson Model 351 C

Smith Wesson Model 351 C Review

January 30, 2018 by americanrifleman.org

The revolver-making firm of Smith & Wesson has offered so-called “hammerless” revolvers since the late 1880s. Production was not continuous in that the original hinged-frame versions were discontinued from the line just before World War II. A solid-frame gun, chambered for modern cartridges and updated in other particulars, was introduced in the early 1950s and dropped in the late ’60s. Consumer demand brought the gun back in the ’80s and remains strong to the present day. A particular model of this style of revolver is the focus of this review.