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Smith & Wesson Model 69 Combat Magnum Single/Double Action 44 Remington Magnum 2.75 5 Black

   7 Reviews| 1 Questions & Answers
Model: 10064
 
Condition: Factory New
 
Bud's Item Number: 23981
 
UPC: 022188868012
 

Smith & Wesson Model 69 Combat Magnum Single/Double Action 44 Remington Magnum 2.75 5 Black
Smith & Wesson Model 69 Combat Magnum Single/Double Action 44 Remington Magnum 2.75 5 Black

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Smith & Wesson L-Frame revolvers are built to suit the demands of the most serious firearms enthusiast. The L-Frame has a strong, durable frame and barrel built for continuous Magnum usage. It features a full top strap and barrel serration, ball-detent Lock-Up and 2-piece barrel.

SPECIFICATIONS:

  • Action: Single/Double
  • Caliber: .44 Remington Magnum
  • Barrel Length: 2.75"
  • Capacity: 5
  • Hammer Style: Exposed
  • Grips: Black Synthetic
  • Sights: Red Ramp Front, Adjustable White Outline Rear
  • Weight: 37.4 oz
  • Frame Description: Stainless Steel
  • Frame Size: Medium
  • Cylinder Finish: Stainless Steel
  • Barrel Finish: Stainless Steel
  • OAL: 9.6"
SPECIFICATIONS
Finish Kryptek Typhon
Type Not Listed
Action Double Action Only
Caliber 340 pd/ 357 mag
Barrel Length 4.685"
Capacity 15
Grips Green
SPECIFICATIONS
Finish Desert FDE
Type Suppressor Height 3-Dot
Action Striker Fire Action
Caliber 44 Special
Barrel Length 5.83"
Capacity 18 + 1
Grips Ultragrip RX Ambidextrous
SPECIFICATIONS
Finish Stainless
Type Revolver
Action Single/Double
Caliber 44 Remington Magnum
Barrel Length 2.75"
Capacity 5
Grips Black Synthetic

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Reviewed By: on 07/19/2019
Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!

I have shot nearly 1k 44 Special rounds through this L frame with no problems. I don\'t like the black hardware, but I love the bead blast finish and wish S&W would put it on more stainless revolvers. The new rubber grips S&W is putting on L frames are a bit ugly, but provide for very comfortable shooting and don\'t snag clothing when carrying. The L frame is a perfect fit for me. I am getting rid of my N frames--too big. I also have the 4.25\" inch Model 69, which has seen a little over 1k rounds of 180 grain 44 Magnum with no issues. I prefer the longer barrel for magnum rounds, but both are sturdy, comfortable, and accurate.

Reviewed By: on 05/17/2019
Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!

I believe it was previously mentioned but the picture here is not representative of the actual firearm. The actual gun is much more attractive than what is shown. I am a fairly large guy and beyond being aesthetically pleasing the gun just feels right in my hands. The 2.75 barrel is excellently balanced in the hand and provides spot on accuracy out of the box at modest ranges being a "snubby". 44 specials are a joy to shoot and comparable to me to a 45 acp with the weight of this gun. I put a few 44 mags through it just to get a feel and they are in fact "snappy" but tolerable. I bought this as a backup in dangerous country with 44 mag and pulling full duty as a home defense and possible carry with 44 special. In that aspect it is ideal with the benefit of ramping up firepower as needed. Bud's was great as always and my firearm arrived in pristine condition. I feel confident in recommending this firearm for personal defense or backup. While I have only had it a short time I can't see parting with it.

Reviewed By: on 09/14/2018
Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!

Very nice revolver. I thought it would kick with full power loads it does have some stout recoil but nothing you can't handle .with lesser loads and 44 specials it's a dream to shoot,very accurate and I love the gun.I collect snub nose 44 Magnums but they're a bit of a pain to carry concealed, this gun makes it a lot easier and with 44 specials it's an awesome gun very accurate very low recoil.

Reviewed By: on 02/24/2018
Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!

The Smith and Wesson Model 69 is a great firearm, built to last. I’ve had it for two weeks now and have put from light 44 specials to some hot 44 mags to bring down a grizzly bear. I recommend for a good back up revolver or any that like to go hiking or camping, it’s lightweight and easy to carry.

Reviewed By: on 11/01/2017
Rating:     3 of 5 Stars!

The concept is compelling... the confluence of two of my favorite things... a big-bore .44 and S&W's wonderful L-frame. Even better than Smith's own diminutive N-frame Mountain Gun, this model 69 would seem to be the perfect sidearm for so many scenarios. Alas. The backdrop... I love revolvers. And I especially love S&W revolvers, owning a number of J, K, L, and N-frame models. My bias is to like them. This one, the Model 69, is an example of something perfect in concept, flawed in execution. In both single and double action it has the heaviest trigger pull of any revolver I have ever owned. Heavy enough that, were I examining it in a local gun shop, I would not even consider purchasing it. Heavy enough that I haven't even bothered to go find the trigger pull gauge, as I don't think it would register that high. Heavy enough that I don't consider it remotely viable, as it sits, as a "defensive" handgun. The first thought is to blame the lawyers, of course. But I have a Performance Center .357 L-frame purchased just a few years ago and that weapon has a beautiful, perfect action. So I dunno. I suspect there is substantial model-to-model variation. And although this was most emphatically not a Bud's issue - ordering from Bud's is a top notch experience - it does point to the singular flaw in online ordering... the inability to examine the weapon before nodding your head.

Reviewed By: on 07/20/2017
Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!

Buds shipped out my S&W Model 69 Combat Magnum (2.75" barrel) the same day as they received my payment, and the revolver arrived in excellent shape two days later at my FFL. I applaud Buds on their timely processing and shipping. As to the revolver itself, the Model 69 arrived in fairly clean fashion. I have purchased new S&W weapons that were dirty from the test firing firing. Not so with this one. A 10 minute cleaning with Hoppe's bore cleaner and Balistol, and all was well. This piece has a bead blasted stainless steel finish. It is somewhat a departure for S&W, as their stainless revolvers are usually highly polished. The instant finish is akin to the Charter Arms Bulldog (.44 Special), though the Combat Magnum is much more substantial at 34 ounces (compared to 20 ounces for the Bulldog). However that is still rather light for a .44 magnum capable revolver. Actually, this weapon should really be thought of as a .44 Special revolver that is .44 Magnum capable. With full-power magnum loads, the recoil is "snappy." Of course the effect of recoil is cumulative in nature, so if you are intent on going to the range and putting 100 rounds of .44 magnum through this piece, good luck. On the other hand, shooting .44 Special is no problem in this revolver. With that ammo, this S&W reminds me of the Ruger GP 100 (which is about the same weight) in .44 Special. As usual, the S&W fit and finish and trigger action of the Model 69 is impressive. I was not enamored of the grip, so I changed it out for a rosewood checkered one from Altamont Grips. This iteration of the Model 69 differs from the original only in barrel length (4.2" vs. 2.75"). This one is clearly meant for the option of concealed carry/personal defense. In that role, Buffalo Bore JHP Heavy .44 Special rounds (190 grains with a velocity of 1,150 feet per second) would be an excellent cartridge. Of course the revolver will take .44 magnum loads, but be prepared for the heavy recoil.

Reviewed By: on 05/19/2017
Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!

Love this new 44. Word of caution, be sure to check it out on S&W's website for an accurate picture of what it looks like! When I ordered mine, the picture was correct. This revolver has pretty much a full underlug. Looks much better in reality than this incorrect photo with a partial underlug. Buds.... why do you have so many incorrect pictures?!

 
 
 
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