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2in Barrel J-Police


Tanaka: S&W M37 Airweight .38 Special 2in barrel version (heavyweight)

In new condition.  Includes original box, instructions, 5x Tanaka .38Special firing cartridges.

Full Smith & Wesson marking, serial number : 006798

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     Weight approx: 415g (loaded)
     Open Barrel for venting
     Power:  7mm PFC cap (not included)
     Materials:  Heavyweight shock resistant  abs, and zinc alloy parts 
     2" barrel
     Ejector rod
     Full S&W markings and Logos


PFC Primer caps:  

€11.00  / £8.50 per box  (1 box = 100 PFC caps)  These are needed to make the bang and smoke!

Six S&W .38 Special Real Look Dummy Bullets:    €25.75 / £17.95

Real look S&W .38 Special cartridges with correct marking,  great for display with your S&W revolver

4x PFC Cap Cartridges:   42.75 Euros  / £36.45 GBP  Cartridges take 4x PFC primer caps per cartridge for loud bang and flash!   Real look firing cartridges.

  Nylon Ankle holster for small pistols / revolvers like PPK/S, and .38 Specials, Derringer

Lockable Aluminium Storage / Carry Case:   €30.45 /  £22.95

    Great for storing or safe transport. Foam lined and lockable.

Brief info on the S&W AIRWEIGHT .38 Special

The Airweight model 37 is the younger brother to the Model 36 “Chief’s Special”, an identical gun but with a steel frame instead of aluminum. The 37 came out in ’51 and went largely unchanged until Smith & Wesson finally dropped them all together in 2006.

In the mid-1950s, the Air Force ordered a specialized version of the Airweight for military police use. This version implemented not only an aluminum frame, but also an aluminum cylinder and barrel.

The Smith & Wesson Airweight features a two-inch barrel for massive concealed-carry effectiveness. It probably wouldn’t be your first pick for shooting cans off the fence at 50 yards with it, but for up close and personal encounters, the Airweight is hard to beat.

The tiny cylinder holds five rounds-just enough to get you out of a bad situation. The cylinder release is on the left side of the frame and takes a little force to slide so the cylinder opens. Because this is often used as a pocket pistol, I find it a well thought-out feature. The last thing in the world you need, should you have to pull the Airweight in self-defense, is an open cylinder. 

It is a double-action pistol, meaning that it can be operated with or without the hammer pulled back. The pull in double-action mode is quite heavy, but in single-action, it seems just right. Again, because this pistol will easily fit into even the smallest pockets.

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