The Smith and Wesson 36 Lady Smith revolver combines function with beauty. The carbon steel construction allows for +P loads, the low-profile sights provide a snag-free draw, and the compact size permits carry in pocket, purse or jacket. Meanwhile, the Combat Dymondwood grip and rich bluing make for an attractive package.

The model 36 has been around since the early 1900's. It was in 1980, though, that Smith and Wesson came up with the LadySmith name, and slightly modified the design of the model 36 to make it ergonomically and aesthetically more pleasing for female shooters. The compact size, grooved wood grips, light weight and excellent balance of the revolver have made it popular with male as well as female shooters.


Caliber: .38 S&W Special +P
Capacity: 5 Rounds
Barrel Length: 1-7/8"
Front Sight: Serrated Ramp
Rear Sight: Fixed Notch
Firing System: double action/single action
Grip: Combat Dymondwood® Grip
Trigger: .312" Smooth Target
Hammer: .240" Semi-Target
Frame: Small
Finish: Blue
Overall length: 6-3/16"
Material: Carbon Steel
Weight Empty: 20 ounces

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