Smith & Wesson L Frame Holsters
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About Holsters for S&W L Frame
Choosing the right holster for S&W L Frame is not a simple task, so you should better bet on craftsmanship and quality that is proven by years. With quality holster, you can rely on your self-defense setup in every situation and your gun will have a safe shelter for a lifetime. Our offer includes 110 S&W L Frame concealed carry and duty holsters from traditional European holster producers, known for their quality materials and hand crafted manufacture. S&W L Frame holsters are custom made for this gun model for perfect fit and smooth draw and allows you to wear your gun in comfortable and safety way. We offer Leather and Nylon S&W L Frame holsters. You can choose between IWB, OWB, Ankle, Cross Draw, Drop Leg, Duty, Magazine & Ammo, Molle, Paddle, Shoulder and Small of Back holster designs for S&W L Frame. See also holsters for S&W Bodyguard 380, M&P, M&P Shield 9, Bodyguard 38 - 1.9", Model 442 - 2", Model 637 - 2", Model 642 - 2", Model 586 - 4", Model 686 - 4", Model 29 - 6.5", Model 627 - 4" and Model 629 - 6.5" and holsters for other S&W models.
About S&W L Frame
Smith & Wesson is a producer of various firearms based in the United States. It has quite long tradition in manufacturing of high quality firearms of a worldwide success. Its corporate headquarters is based in Springfield, Massachusetts in the USA. The S&W is offering a wide range of various products, such as shooting and field rests, gunsmithing tools, hearing protection, gun vises, vault accessories and ammo tumblers.
This company has introduced even over 300 variations of accessories products. This company, currently known as the Smith & Wesson was founded by Horace Smith and Daniel B. Wesson. Leaders of the Smith & Wesson had to faced with their financial difficulties, however they were forced to sell their company to a shirt producer by the name of Oliver Winchester. In 1866, using the original lever action design created by the Smith & Wesson, Winchester’s company emerged as the famous Winchester Repeating Arms Co. The Smith & Wesson formed their second partnership in 1856 to manufacture a small revolver which was designed to fire the Rimfire cartridge they patented in 1854.
The Smith & Wesson secured their patents for the revolver to prevent other producers from producing a cartridge revolver what was giving the young company a very lucrative business. Actually, the two most important customers for the new revolver were the United States Cavalry, that purchased 1,000 units for usage on the Western Frontier and the Russian Imperial Government.
The L-frame revolvers are medium to large .357 Magnum models produced since the 1980s. They served as a bridge between the N-frames, which are larger and heftier and the K-frames, which are smaller. The L-frame has a similar barrel length as the K-frame, common frame lengths are 6, 3, 2.5 inches. The L-frame line is a experimental line of Smith & Wesson, meaning that all the innovative and experimental models are from this line. 7-shot medium-frame revolvers like the 586 and the 686 plus or lightweight models. The L-frame can be divided into these series:The Distinguished Combat Magnum, which is a flagship model of this line, featuring a full barrel underlug, steel frame and adjustable sights. The Distinguished Service Magnum, which is almost identical to the combat magnum but with fixed sights. Then there are models which stand out of the line, such as:
619 and 620, which replaced the discontinued K-frame models of 2000. They are similar to the 681/686 but have a slimmer barrel and a shrouded ejector rod. The 520 which is an alloy framed version of the 620. The 386 and the 242 which is the only centennial hammerless Smith & Wesson not belonging to the J-frame. It’s the only revolver designed for concealed carry not chambered in .357 Magnum but .38 Special instead.
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