Does Smith and Wesson still make the Model 60?

It started production in 1965 and a variant is still in production to this day. Smith & Wesson also offered a Model 60LS “LadySmith” version in . 38 special only. The Model 60 is noteworthy in that it was the first all stainless steel revolver in standard full time production.

How much does a Smith and Wesson Model 60 weigh?

23.2 oz.
Weight: 23.2 oz.

What year is my Smith and Wesson Model 60?

The Model 60 (no dash) was made 1965-1972. The Model 60-1 was made 1972-1987.

When did the Model 60 come out?

The Smith & Wesson Model 60, the world’s first stainless steel revolver, was introduced in 1965. Praised by both law enforcement and sportsmen, the Model 60 is the perfect choice for those seeking a small frame, all-steel revolver with greater recoil control and proven performance.

When did the Smith and Wesson Model 60 come out?

The Model 60 was instantly popular when first introduced in 1965 and has continued to run strong in Smith & Wesson’s arsenal ever since. Keeping in tradition with other Smith & Wesson revolvers, the Model 60 is as smooth as you could ask a DA revolver to be.

What was the S & W Model 60 rear sight?

(Interesting side note: the 1965 Model 60’s were the first stainless revolvers produced by S&W) The rear sight is also easily adjustable for windage and elevation. One aspect of working behind a gun counter that cuts both ways is looking at the guns all day.

How big is the barrel on a Smith and Wesson M60?

The Model 60 I have for testing is the 3-inch barreled version, but 2-inch and 5-inch barreled versions are also available. Smith & Wesson M60 revolver, left. (Photo: Nicholas Oetken)

Is the Smith and Wesson Model 60-15 Magnum a good gun?

In my estimation, the Smith & Wesson Model 60-15 has a ton of potential, but to utilize all of that potential is going to require some tinkering. Those sights certainly aren’t all they can be. This gun needs some better grips to be carry-worthy. The trigger flat-out sucks.