Smith and Wesson is one of, if not the best known name in the gun business. Their combination of vast experience, innovation and quality puts them at the top of the heap when it comes to handguns.
Their Model 29 .44 magnum revolver became one of the most famous handgun models ever made and used.
The Smith and Wesson Shield - A Great Big Small Gun (in 9mm). I have pretty much an aversion to pocket guns. This one is a little too big for that designation, and it's the smallest gun I carry. But I've learned to rely on it and do so confidently now. No fail performance in a big little gun. And check out the Shield in .45 ACP here.
Another Shield From S&W: The .45 ACP: The stakes go up as Smith and Wesson offers a big bore small gun. But with just as much quality as the other calibers.
Smith And Wesson 500 Magnum Revolver: This monster was scary to look at but a pleasure to shoot. The big gun is built for the rounds it shoots and was comparable to shooting my big .44 magnum. With a sight on top this one was a tack driver.
Smith And Wesson 638 Airweight Revolver: On the opposite end of the spectrum from the gun just above, this J-Frame allows me to go armed 100% of the time. A keeper for concealed carry when you can't carry something bigger.
Smith And Wesson Model 29 .44 Magnum Revolver: My most beloved gun, now no longer with me, but always in memory. This was a revolver I wanted from my teenage years and finally got. It never disappointed. Strikingly accurate, the most beautiful revolver ever made.
The Smith And Wesson Military And Police .40S&W: If ever a company came out with a winner, this one is it. Now in more styles and models than can be counted, there is a good reason for them. They work and work in the hands of law enforcement and federal security contractors.
The Smith And Wesson SD VE: Did Smith and Wesson manage to fill in all the gaps with this economy focused, striker fired handgun? A solid gun that could use a few tweaks to improve it.
Concealed carry just got simpler. Your shortcut to figuring it all out.