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S&W Revolvers: 1980 to the Present All NON-PINNED Barrels, the L-Frames, and the New Era Revolvers


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Old 05-20-2020, 11:55 AM
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Does anyone know if the V-Comps were ever offered in 41 Mag? I have a 38/357, 44 and 45 ACP V-Comp. I figure a 41 would complete the collection.

I have been searching for info, but came up with no info on them in 41.
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I doubt if they ever did since the 41 was never as popular as a caliber compared to those that it was offered in.
If it ever was offered, it was in a distributor special of some type. A neat gun to be sure but likely a unicorn especially in this day and age.
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Does anyone know if the V-Comps were ever offered in 41 Mag? I have a 38/357, 44 and 45 ACP V-Comp. I figure a 41 would complete the collection.

I have been searching for info, but came up with no info on them in 41.
Absolutly there was a 657 V-Comp

It was product code 170125. These were a Distributor Exclusive Offering for Lew Horton back in 1998





The Comp is removable like most of the V-Comp revolvers and can be replaced with the false muzzle
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Like I said - a distributor special. Glad they at least made one offering.
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Excellent. Thanks for the insight.

Now to start looking harder.
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