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Smith & Wession 360 357mag Liquidation Item 
by gerard b
Date Added: Wednesday 13 July, 2011
i called smith and wesson to verify the type of cylinder on this handgun and customer service told me the cylinder is stainless steel. the reason i called them is because the sku#160357 on the smith and wesson web page say the cylinder is stainless steel and buds says it carbon steel. i payed $483 for this handgun and what a deal this little gun is even at $520. the customer service # is 800-331-0852 and they also have the improved coating on the cylinder. dollar for dollar you cant beat this price. i was on the smith and wesson forum one day and a customer ask the same question and with a little research he got the answer from smith and wesson. do your own research and i hope this helps.