For those who are interested in a concealment weapon, here is a less dangerous, stronger built, longer-wearing, and more powerful package, the Smith & Wesson .357 Magnum Centennial Stainless, Numbered Model 640, First Engineering Change. The 640-1 made its debut in 1996, a beefed up Magnum frame capable of handling full house .357 Magnum ammunition. The 640 is full-time double action; since the hammer is completely enclosed inside the frame. For personal protection, many veteran law enforcement officers and firearms instructors recommend this model 640-1, since the Centennial cannot be fired in single action mode, where a person cocks the hammer and then pulls the trigger. Trigger is .312 case colored MIM smooth face combat type. This specimen is distinctive, and belongs in the Pro Series Class for three reasons. First, it utilizes steel moon clips that hold 5 rounds for rapid reloading. Rear cylinder face is counterbored for flush cartridge seating, clips and all. The clips furnished serve, then, as speedloaders with less bulk. Second, it is outfitted with Trijicon Night Sights, dovetailed into the frame and barrel ramp. Third, although the barrel is standard one piece 2 1/8 inches, full lug, it bears flutes for diminished weight. This 640-1 revolver weighs 22.5 ounces empty. Maximum overall length is 6 9/16 inches. This specimen comes to us through Smith & Wesson channels. Original product code of 178044 was overlabeled 678044 at the factory. That indicates what we call demo status, probably service as a sales rep’s sample or showpiece at a trade show. The revolver itself has no more rotation marking on its cylinder than its brand new siblings that we sell regularly. It is in its original box with instruction manual, Nox protective paper, S&W Laser Engraving brochure, total of 3 moon clips, and never executed factory registration card. We rate it as Excellent in Box, perhaps Near Mint, 95 to 98 percent vicinity, but photos ought to suffice for our distinguished shoppers to judge finish grade for themselves. Night sights are full strength luminosity. Cylinder face has carbon residue from all five chambers, but we do not believe this revolver was fired more than 10 times. Replacement price on this fine revolver in our area is upwards of $1000.00, and there aren’t any out there. We're offering this one, however, for only $ 659.00. Not transferable to civilian residents of Colombia
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