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Smith & Wesson Performance Center Model 442 with Crimson Trace Lasergrips

$742.00 $650.00

• Performance Center®Tuned Action
• Crimson Trace®LG-105 Lasergrips®with Red Laser
• Stainless Steel Cylinder with Matte Finish
• High-Polished Cylinder Flutes
• High-Polished Stainless Steel Thumbpiece and Plate Screws
• No Internal Lock

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The new Performance Center Model 442 revolver was designed with hallmark Performance Center enhancements, including a sleek two-tone finish, high-polished features, Crimson Trace LG-105 Lasergrips, and a Performance Center Tuned Action.

Designed for concealed carry, the Performance Center Model 442 includes a Crimson Trace LG-105 laser grip with red laser for quick target acquisition in less-than-ideal lighting conditions. Chambered in .38 S&W Special +P, this new revolver is double action only with a five round capacity. Additional features include a stainless steel cylinder with high-polished cylinder flutes; a high-polished thumbpiece, plate screws, and trigger; and a Performance Center tuned action for a smoother, lighter trigger pull.

The aluminum alloy frame has a matte black finish and the stainless steel cylinder is also matte finished. The flutes, checkered thumb latch, plate screws and trigger are highly polished, contrasting beautifully on this convenient concealed carry piece. This double-action-only shooter is action-tuned from the Performance Center, making it extremely smooth on the trigger press.

While the 442 is light in weight, it comes at the price of more recoil. It’s not bad, but it’s snappier than shooting from an all-steel 6″ barreled revolver.

Here’s where one of my favorite loads comes into play, the all-copper HoneyBadger ammo from Black Hills. With a bullet weight of only 100 grains, recoil is noticeably less than standard 158-grain +P .38 Special ammo as those flying Phillips-head copper bullets twist their way down the barrel.