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WARNING: VISIBLE LASER RADIATION EMITS FROM THE CRIMSON TRACE® LASER WHILE IT IS IN OPERATION – AVOID DIRECT EYE EXPOSURE.

AT ALL TIMES FOLLOW THE BASIC FIREARMS SAFETY RULES IN THE SECTION ENTITLED "YOUR SAFETY RESPONSIBILITIES" OF YOUR BODYGUARD® 38 SAFETY AND INSTRUCTION MANUAL.

Navy and Marine aviators carried the Victory Model as a side arm. Coast Guard used the Victory Model well into the 1990’s.

The lighter and more compact design made a good fit with for the tight spaces pilots and crew members found inside airplanes of the day. The Victory Model was also used by security officers who guarded factories and defense installations throughout the United States during the war.

After the Second World War, S&W began using one-letter prefixes on several models of revolvers. This was the beginning of the ‘V’ (for Victory) prefix.

This practice was kick-started in April, 1942, when they ran out of numbers for the prewar .38 Military & Police revolvers and production had shifted to the wartime effort of providing military revolvers to the U. Almost a million of these .38 caliber revolvers were made during the 1942-1945 period.

Small frame revolvers - I frame and J frame - did not have a letter prefix in the serial number until 1969.

When they discovered that a former Colt employee named Rollin White held the patent for a "Bored-through" cylinder, a component needed for this new invention, the two partners approached White to manufacture a newly designed revolver-and-cartridge combination.WARNING: VISIBLE LASER RADIATION EMITS FROM THE INSIGHT® LASER WHILE IT IS IN OPERATION - AVOID DIRECT EYE EXPOSURE.Use only commercially manufactured ammunition with internal ballistic pressures which are in strict accordance with the specifications of the Sporting Arms and Ammunition Manufacturers' Institute (SAAMI).Rather than make White a partner in their company, Smith and Wesson paid him a royalty of

When they discovered that a former Colt employee named Rollin White held the patent for a "Bored-through" cylinder, a component needed for this new invention, the two partners approached White to manufacture a newly designed revolver-and-cartridge combination.WARNING: VISIBLE LASER RADIATION EMITS FROM THE INSIGHT® LASER WHILE IT IS IN OPERATION - AVOID DIRECT EYE EXPOSURE.Use only commercially manufactured ammunition with internal ballistic pressures which are in strict accordance with the specifications of the Sporting Arms and Ammunition Manufacturers' Institute (SAAMI).Rather than make White a partner in their company, Smith and Wesson paid him a royalty of [[

When they discovered that a former Colt employee named Rollin White held the patent for a "Bored-through" cylinder, a component needed for this new invention, the two partners approached White to manufacture a newly designed revolver-and-cartridge combination.

WARNING: VISIBLE LASER RADIATION EMITS FROM THE INSIGHT® LASER WHILE IT IS IN OPERATION - AVOID DIRECT EYE EXPOSURE.

Use only commercially manufactured ammunition with internal ballistic pressures which are in strict accordance with the specifications of the Sporting Arms and Ammunition Manufacturers' Institute (SAAMI).

Rather than make White a partner in their company, Smith and Wesson paid him a royalty of $0.25 on every "Model 1" revolver that they made.

It would become White's responsibility to defend his patent in any court cases which eventually led to his financial ruin, but was very advantageous for the new Smith & Wesson Company.

The Model 1 had three issues or major variants, with each subsequent issue introducing significant technical changes.

The 1st Issue of the Model 1 was the first major iteration (and the least common), with approximately 12,000 produced over a three year period.

While this handgun has more stopping power than the Model 10, the M1911 was more difficult to produce so the military purchased over 250,000 Model 10’s.

The Smith & Wesson .38’s produced between 19 had serial numbers with a V prefix and were designated as the Victory Model.

The Model 10 is a rugged design yet easy to mass produce. At the start of WWII, the United States was woefully unprepared for a second world wide conflict.

The official handgun of the military at the time was the Colt .45-caliber M1911 and its variants.

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When they discovered that a former Colt employee named Rollin White held the patent for a "Bored-through" cylinder, a component needed for this new invention, the two partners approached White to manufacture a newly designed revolver-and-cartridge combination.WARNING: VISIBLE LASER RADIATION EMITS FROM THE INSIGHT® LASER WHILE IT IS IN OPERATION - AVOID DIRECT EYE EXPOSURE.Use only commercially manufactured ammunition with internal ballistic pressures which are in strict accordance with the specifications of the Sporting Arms and Ammunition Manufacturers' Institute (SAAMI).Rather than make White a partner in their company, Smith and Wesson paid him a royalty of $0.25 on every "Model 1" revolver that they made.It would become White's responsibility to defend his patent in any court cases which eventually led to his financial ruin, but was very advantageous for the new Smith & Wesson Company.The Model 1 had three issues or major variants, with each subsequent issue introducing significant technical changes.The 1st Issue of the Model 1 was the first major iteration (and the least common), with approximately 12,000 produced over a three year period.While this handgun has more stopping power than the Model 10, the M1911 was more difficult to produce so the military purchased over 250,000 Model 10’s.The Smith & Wesson .38’s produced between 19 had serial numbers with a V prefix and were designated as the Victory Model.The Model 10 is a rugged design yet easy to mass produce. At the start of WWII, the United States was woefully unprepared for a second world wide conflict.The official handgun of the military at the time was the Colt .45-caliber M1911 and its variants.

]].25 on every "Model 1" revolver that they made.It would become White's responsibility to defend his patent in any court cases which eventually led to his financial ruin, but was very advantageous for the new Smith & Wesson Company.The Model 1 had three issues or major variants, with each subsequent issue introducing significant technical changes.The 1st Issue of the Model 1 was the first major iteration (and the least common), with approximately 12,000 produced over a three year period.While this handgun has more stopping power than the Model 10, the M1911 was more difficult to produce so the military purchased over 250,000 Model 10’s.The Smith & Wesson .38’s produced between 19 had serial numbers with a V prefix and were designated as the Victory Model.The Model 10 is a rugged design yet easy to mass produce. At the start of WWII, the United States was woefully unprepared for a second world wide conflict.The official handgun of the military at the time was the Colt .45-caliber M1911 and its variants.

.25 on every "Model 1" revolver that they made.It would become White's responsibility to defend his patent in any court cases which eventually led to his financial ruin, but was very advantageous for the new Smith & Wesson Company.The Model 1 had three issues or major variants, with each subsequent issue introducing significant technical changes.The 1st Issue of the Model 1 was the first major iteration (and the least common), with approximately 12,000 produced over a three year period.While this handgun has more stopping power than the Model 10, the M1911 was more difficult to produce so the military purchased over 250,000 Model 10’s.The Smith & Wesson .38’s produced between 19 had serial numbers with a V prefix and were designated as the Victory Model.The Model 10 is a rugged design yet easy to mass produce. At the start of WWII, the United States was woefully unprepared for a second world wide conflict.The official handgun of the military at the time was the Colt .45-caliber M1911 and its variants.