Gear: Smith and Wesson Model 28 Highway Patrolman

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Smith and Wesson Model 28 Highway Patrolman

Smith & Wesson
Category: Firearms, Tasers & Accessories
Subcategory: Handguns
Price: $500.00 - $1200.00
Average Rating:
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Description:

Caliber: .357MAG/.38+P Capacity: 6 Rounds Barrel Length: 4" Front Sight: Pinned Serrated Ramp Rear Sight: Micro Adjustable with Cross Serrations Overall Length: 9 1/4" Grip: Checkered Square Butt Walnut Material: Carbon Steel

Member Reviews

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    wmhutchison, Fri, 01 Aug 2008 01:53:28 UTC.
    1st review

    Carried by Texas DPS for years. Smith & Wesson quit making these fine pistols in the 80s.
    The HEAVY N frame was basically a .357mag. build on a .44mag. frame, the Model 28 was the economy version of the model 27. The 28 had a matte blue finish as apposed to the bright blue finish of the 27. I used one in the academy with great results.

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    newdoc, Mon, 01 Sep 2008 08:08:38 UTC.

    I bought mine used in 1984. I carried it as both my duty weapon and off-duty carry. Yeah, it is big but still concealable under a baggy shirt. Plus, it was all I had at the time. I still own it and use it for target shooting and hunting. In all these years I have never had a malfunction. It's action and accuracy are as good as when I first bought it. I had another one which I sold. I would love to have it back. High on my list of favorite guns!

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    DispatcherTerri, Sat, 04 Oct 2008 18:55:12 UTC.

    I've always been an auto girl, only guns that i've looked at buying are autos, my dad has a colt .45 (series 80) that i LOVE, its an auto, when my folks go out of town that's my choice of buddy that stays with me (i live out in the boonies and i freak easily), but this past Christmas my brother bought my dad Elephant Tusk Ivory Gun Grips for it.... I'm now not allowed to touch the thing... So this time i'm forced to use my moms revolver.. and its the S&W CTG Highway Patrolman its black and looks like a cherry finish or something... well i figured that i should make sure i knew how to use it before i was in a jam and needed.. so this morning i went out in the yard (we have 15 acres) set up a old board and took aim.. well lets just say this gun kicks BUTT... and i have to say i don't think the guy hunting on the next property over was too happy with me :D...OOPS!... it is the best... i'm still learning how to shoot but hey out of 6 shots i only got one out of the group and i wasn't really aiming i was mainly focusing on my stance at that try.. still need to get the grouping tighter but hey, this is my new love!!! And me and my smart thinking just went out and shot.. and let me tell ya.. i shot it at 9 am and its 2 pmish and my ear is still ringing.. hehe...

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    Badge314, Wed, 07 Jan 2009 16:43:54 UTC.

    GREAT gun, one of the Best wheel guns ever made... I love mine and would not trade it for any other hand gun made today, Wish I had two of them.

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    GVPS_Captain, Wed, 13 May 2009 05:28:29 UTC.

    Love my model 28. I still use mine for duty on occasion mostly ceremonial. I still use it for competition shooting.

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    Uncon214, Sun, 27 Dec 2009 20:34:49 UTC.

    Big. Heavy. Accurate. Reliable. Powerful.

    With this thing you don't need a baton... when you run dry use it as a club. It's gonna hit like a 10 pound hammer... With or without ammo.

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