Skip to main content

Smith & Wesson Releases Two New Exclusive Firearms [PICS]

Smith & Wesson’s new exclusive firearms are perfect options for anyone looking to conceal carry.

Smith & Wesson has a two new options for concealed carriers to look into that deliver great looks with the reliability the company is known for.

The exclusive firearms were made for Talo and United Sporting Companies in the forms of a Airweight revolver and Bodyguard.

Smith & Wesson

The Talo 642 Airweight revolver is chambered for .38 +P. The snub-nose, five-round revolver utilizes a light, aluminum alloy J-Frame. The polished and chrome-plated barrel, cylinder, and trigger all pop out at you against the frames satin finish.

The most beautiful part to this gun is the grip. The black polymer grip is accented by wood inserts offering the best of both worlds in a single package.

The barrel comes in at 1.875-inches with an overall length of 6.3-inches. The double-action only hammer is perfect for being able to quickly draw the weapon without worry of snagging. Weighing in at only 15 ounces unloaded, it will not feel like you are carrying around a paperweight.

Smith & Wesson

The popular United Sporting Companies M&P Bodyguard .380 ACP remains the same with the exception of a few cosmetic upgrades.

It sports a new engraved design across the stainless steel slide along with the M&P logo and fish scale serrations. Smith & Wesson left the remainder of the lightweight and ultra compact favorite alone.

It retains its 6 + 1 capacity and is still extremely easy to shoot with its ergonomic grip. Weighting only 12 ounces with a total length of 5.25-inches, it is one of the easiest firearms to conceal on the market today.

If you are in the market for a new conceal carry gun you can not go wrong with either of these choices. They are also backed by Smith & Wesson’s Lifetime Service Policy and made right here in the good old U.S.A.; need I say more?

NEXT: Tree Almost Falls on Man After He Shoots it with a .500 S&W [VIDEO]

 

Smith & Wesson Releases Two New Exclusive Firearms [PICS]