The Performance Center Model 642 is a high-end variation of the classic Model 642 from Smith & Wesson. The Performance Center is known for its attention to detail and precision, and this J-frame revolver is no exception. From its enclosed hammer to its moon clip cut cylinder, it is special.
Here are some of its oustanding features:
• Performance Center tuned action for a smoother trigger pull and enhanced accuracy
• Enclosed hammer for snag-free drawing from holster or garment
• Moon clip cut cylinder for simple, fast reloading
• .38 Special +P chambering
• Custom textured wood grip for a comfortable and secure hold
• Stainless steel barrel and cylinder for durability and corrosion resistance
• PVD coating on the cylinder and trigger for a sleek and stylish finish
• Tritium front night sight and U-notch rear sight for improved low-light visibility
These features combine to place the Performance Center 642 a step above the standard Model 642.
In short, the Performance Center Model 642 is a top-of-the-line revolver that combines precision, durability and style in one package. With its custom grip, enhanced action and advanced sights, this revolver is the perfect choice for those who demand the best.
If you're looking for a high-performance revolver that can handle any situation, the Performance Center 642 is the perfect choice.
|Manufacturer Part Number||10186|
|Brand||Smith & Wesson|
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