Sunday, May 07, 2006

Smith & Wesson is Back on Top

A massive Smith & Wesson revolver. By Brendan I. Koerner: "Leading the way for Smith & Wesson was the Model 500, a .50-caliber revolver that was advertised as the world's most powerful handgun when it debuted in early 2003. The marketing pitch echoed that for the .44 Magnum revolver, which was touted for its unrivaled stopping power when it debuted in 1955. With three times the muzzle energy of Dirty Harry's classic .44 Magnum, the Model 500 was a success with both consumers and critics, earning Handgun of the Year honors from the likes of American Rifleman."

1 comment:

Frank Denton said...

So now we can blow an even bigger hole in someone we don't like. I tend to agree with the police chief quoted in the article. The world is crazy.