New: Smith & Wesson Model 350 Revolver

Smith & Wesson’s new Model 350 is the company’s first production revolver chambered in 350 Legend

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posted on August 16, 2022
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Smith & Wesson’s new Model 350 is the company’s first production revolver chambered in the 350 Legend caliber. For hunters, or anyone who wants to carry a large-frame revolver with the straight-walled 350 Legend cartridge, this new X-Frame offering from Smith & Wesson is one to check out.

Model 350 revolver
Overall length of the Smith & Wesson Model 350 revolver is 13.5 inches, and the weight is 71.5 ounces.

 

The Smith & Wesson Model 350 is a double-action/single action revolver with seven-round capacity and all stainless-steel construction. The barrel is a 7.5-inch ported one, with red ramp front sight and adjustable rear sight system, plus a Hogue rubber grip.

As mentioned, the Model 350 revolver has a seven-round capacity. The cylinder uses moon clips for loading and unloading.

350 Legend revolver
The Model 350 revolver has a stainless steel frame with a fluted cylinder and 7.5-inch ported barrel.

 

More about the 350 Legend cartridge: Winchester’s new-at-the-time, straight-walled cartridge launched in 2019 to much fanfare, mainly because of its affordability, performance and shootability.

“The 350 Legend is one of the flattest shooting straight-walled cartridges on the market today. If you’re looking for a hunting revolver, the Model 350 is it,” said John Myles, Smith & Wesson’s senior manager of new products.

MSRP for the Smith & Wesson Model 350 revolver is $1,599. Learn more at smith-wesson.com.

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