Smith & Wesson recently introduced two new revolvers from their Performance Center—The .460 XVR and the Model 929.

This new big-bore wheel gun is capable of firing .45 Colt, .454 Casull and .460 S&W Magnum cartridges. The revolver comes with a Performance Center custom-tuned action that uses a 3.5-pound single action trigger pull, and a 10-pound double-action pull. It also uses a tapered barrel with an unfluted cylinder. Other features include a chrome hammer and trigger, Hogue grips and a fiber optic front site.

The S&W .460 VXR is available now for $1,609.

Model 929
The Model 929 was built in the Performance Center with competition shooting in mind. The 929 holds 8-rounds of 9mm Luger, and features a 6.5-inch barrel with removable compensator. It also comes with a custom-tuned action and Hogue grips.

The S&W Model 929 is available now for $1,189.

For more information about the new Smith & Wesson 460XVR & Model 929 Performance Center Revolvers, check out our video from the 2014 SHOT Show:


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