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SMITH AND WESSON 386 REVOLVER

 

The Smith and Wesson model 386 Mountain Lite™ revolver combines the light weight and small size of the company's scandium frame revolvers with the comfort and features of a target revolver. The frame, barrel shroud and yoke on the model 386 are made from ultra-light weight scandium. The cylinder is titanium, which is light weight, but can withstand the pressures of the cartridges being fired. The barrel has a stainless liner.

The 386 has Hogue Bantam grips, which have a very soft feel, and finger grooves for a positive hold.

The revolver is fitted with an adjustable rear sight and a light gathering HIVIZ® orange dot front sight blade, making the gun useful for target shooting as well as defense.

The 386 has a very distinctive look, with its two-tone cylinder and frame, high front sight, and tapered barrel shroud. It's a revolver you'll carry more often than any of your other guns.

Specifications

Caliber: .357 Magnum®/.38 S&W Special +P
Capacity: 7 Rounds
Barrel Length: 3-1/8"
Front Sight: "Light Gathering" HIVIZ® Orange Dot
Rear Sight: Adjustable V-Notch
Grip: Hogue Bantam
Trigger: .312" Smooth Target
Hammer: .375" Target
Frame: Medium
Finish: Matte Stainless/ Grey
Overall length: 8-1/8"
Material: Scandium Alloy Frame, Barrel Shroud and Yoke; Titanium Cylinder
Weight Empty: 18.5 ounces

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Customer Reviews of the Smith and Wesson Model 386:

Overall Rating: review stars, 5 out of 5 possible stars 5 out of 5
By Les Elam, TN
November 23, 2014

Purpose: Defense/Law Enforcement

The only complaint I have for this weapon is that it may be too light. The Bantam grips split the first set of shells I ran thru it. Got some Pachmeyer Grippers and have no more trouble.

The finish is some form of silver coating and mine is showing coating coming off due to a fanny pak I use to carry it in when I was on my Harley.

Great weapon, just got to be careful who you let shoot it...it wants to jump out of your hands if you aren't careful.
Stick 38+p and it shoots and handles sweet!"

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