photo of Smith and Wesson model 610 target revolver

The Smith and Wesson model 610 is one of few revolvers on the market chambered for 10 mm. It's also unique in that it has an unfluted cylinder. It features a 4" barrel with a full underlug to for balance as well as for reducing muzzle flip.

The 610 makes for a very good target pistol. It has adjustable rear sights, and an interchangeable front sight to let you select the sight blade that works best for you. It also has a smooth target trigger that breaks crisply at 4.5 to 5 pounds.

The Hogue rubber grips provide cushioning against recoil. The finger grooves also contribute to the revolver's use as a target gun.

The 610 is made from solid stainless steel that's been satin finished for good looks. At 50 ounces, the 610 probably wouldn't be your first choice as a carry gun. It's at home at the range, where its accuracy will show you what it's made for.


Caliber: 10 mm
Capacity: 6 Rounds
Barrel Length: 4" Full Lug
Front Sight: Interchangeable
Rear Sight: Adjustable Black
Firing System: N/A
Grip: Hogue Rubber
Trigger: .400" Smooth Target
Hammer: .500" Target
Frame: Large
Finish: Satin Stainless
Overall length: 10-1/2"
Material: Stainless Steel
Weight Empty: 50 ounces

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