Lightest 4" revolver .32 to .357?


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Triggernosis
October 14, 2011, 01:05 PM
Can someone help me determine what the lightest .32 (or .327) to .357 revolver with a 4" long barrel would be? The lightest I've come across so far is the Charter Arms .327 at a listed 23 oz.. Anything else in that weight range or less?

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zoom6zoom
October 14, 2011, 02:11 PM
The lighter materials such as titanium and scandium are generally found in the snubbie models rather than the four inchers. For example, my J-Frame in .38 fully loaded weighs only 16 ounces.

Loosedhorse
October 14, 2011, 04:32 PM
http://thehandgun.info/img/Smith-&-Wesson/Smith-&-Wesson-327PD.gif

Smith 327PD (model number, not caliber; caliber is .357). N-frame, 24 oz. 8-shots.

Smith also made several models with 3 inch barrels with weights as low as 15 oz.

http://www.gilbertsguns.com/productimages/005882.small.jpg

Triggernosis
October 14, 2011, 04:35 PM
Yes, I just recently came across a 3" SC360 Kit Gun that was something like 11.5 oz.! Decided it wouldn't be much fun to shoot.

Thanks, guys.

Brian Williams
October 15, 2011, 03:38 AM
A S&W model 12 is around 18 oz and the newer Nightguard line has a 25 oz model 319 I think.

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