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SMITH AND WESSON 386PD REVOLVER

 

The Smith and Wesson 386PD revolver is one of the favorite members of the company's AirLite line of pistols. The 386PD provides awesome firepower capability with its seven round .357 magnum cylinder. The adjustable sights give you the utmost in accuracy. And the 386PD's light weight and compact size make it the perfect choice for concealed carry.

Specifications

Caliber: .357 Magnum®/.38 S&W Special +P
Capacity: 7 Rounds
Barrel Length: 2-1/2"
Front Sight: Red Ramp
Rear Sight: Adjustable V Notch
Firing System: N/A
Grip: Hogue Bantam
Trigger: .312" Smooth Target
Hammer: .375" Target
External Safety: N/A
Frame: Medium
Finish: Black/ Grey
Overall length: 7-1/2"
Material: Scandium Alloy Frame, Barrel Shroud and Yoke; Titanium Cylinder
Weight Empty: 17.5 ounces

Also available with "Light Gathering" HIVIZ Orange Dot front sight.

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Smith and Wesson 386PD Reviews:

Overall Rating: review stars, 5 out of 5 possible stars 5 out of 5
By PJinSC, Seneca, SC
December 1, 2013

Purpose: Defense/Law Enforcement

"Picked up this 386PD used. After 50+ rounds various 38, 38+P, 357mag handloads and 357mag factory, changed the grip to an old Pachmayr K-frame round butt Presentation Compact I had from a snubby M66 (miss that girl). What a difference in feel and handling, to the better! Had to destroy the Hogue grip to get it off. Not sorry. Now my favorite 357. In a good holster, can't even tell it's there. Stock up on 7-round HKS speed loaders when you can, the strip loaders are bogus. Thinking about upgrading the sights to tritium or dual Tru-glo or Williams Firesights (got a set of Williams' on a Ruger SRH 44 and like them). Anyone change the sights on a 386PD?"

Overall Rating: review stars, 5 out of 5 possible stars 5 out of 5
By randysi5, Oklahoma City, OK
February 26, 2013

Purpose: Defense/Law Enforcement

"very light easy to carry. this revolver has three different metals in its construction they accumulate and dissipate heat at different speeds. if i really ramp up the rounds i put through it in a short period of time 35+ it gets a bit harder to cycle. with that said its really not a target revolver its a carry for protection gun and its very accurate. some say its unplesant to shoot with .357 loads and i would dissagree with the exception of remingtons 180 grain sjhp those have a bite. i have never shot +p 38s through it so i cant give you any report on those. this revolver is accurate reliable light weight and easy to carry. thats what its all about. when harsh language wont do this fills the bill .i am going to send it to smith & wesson for a master action work over. the last one they did changed that revolver to the next level of accuracy. hope this helps,"

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