Smith & Wesson Brings Back the Model 648 Revolver in .22 WMR

Whether it’s small game you want to dispatch or targets you want to punch, Smith & Wesson has just brought back a K-frame revolver chambered in .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire that will make the job two tons of fun.

The stainless steel 8-round Model 648 features a six-inch barrel which, when combined with an adjustable rear sight should make this one very accurate wheel gun.

Here’s their press release . . .

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. Smith & Wesson Inc. today announced that it has reintroduced the Model 648 revolver, chambered in .22 WMR.  Built on Smith & Wesson’s K-frame, the stainless steel Model 648 features an eight round capacity and is designed for small game hunting and target shooting.  The new Model 648 features an adjustable rear sight and patridge front sight for enhanced accuracy when shooting at longer ranges.

Jan Mladek, General Manager of Smith & Wesson and M&P brands, said, “Built on the medium K-frame, the Model 648 is back in production to satisfy the needs of handgun owners who are looking to achieve greater  distance while hunting or target shooting.  With a full underlug six-inch barrel and a patridge front sight, the Model 648 has been designed with features to boost accuracy at longer distances.  While we currently offer .22 Magnum revolvers in both our J-frame and Classics line, we are excited to add this new .22 Magnum revolver to the modern K-frame lineup.”

The Model 648 revolver is built on a stainless steel medium K-frame and includes black synthetic finger groove grips, a black patridge front sight, and an adjustable rear sight.  This new revolver features a full underlug six-inch barrel, eight round capacity, and is available with an MSRP of $749.

To learn more about the new Model 648 revolver and the complete line of  Smith & Wesson firearms, click here.

Courtesy Smith & Wesson

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