[Revolver] SMITH & WESSON 460XVR 460 S&W Magnum 8.5in Barrel 5rd $1,169.95 W code JULY10 plus Shipping

[Revolver] SMITH & WESSON 460XVR 460 S&W Magnum 8.5in Barrel 5rd $1,169.95 W code JULY10 plus Shipping

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[Revolver] SMITH & WESSON 460XVR 460 S&W Magnum 8.5in Barrel 5rd $1,169.95 W code JULY10 plus Shipping

9 reviews for [Revolver] SMITH & WESSON 460XVR 460 S&W Magnum 8.5in Barrel 5rd $1,169.95 W code JULY10 plus Shipping

  1. SantasAinolElf

    I’m not sure it’s for me but my wife said she’d be thrilled if I was packing 8.5″

  2. Smoked_Peasant

    If anyone is curious about these, I have one of these in 8.5 no less, and it’s my most prized firearm.

    If you’re thinking about a hand cannon a .460 is the way to go; extremely flexible munition options, .45 schofield, .45 colt, .454 casull, and obviously .460.

    Realistically, expect to shoot mostly .45 colt and .460, you have to go out of your way to even find schofield and casull is just kind of a middle child you don’t need. But that’s just my experience. Reloading goes hand in hand with these calibers and this sort of pistol, there’s a lot of fun to be had just making hot .45s- you can get them to casull power if you like.

    Another note, on this size of .460 recoil isn’t an issue at all. I knew from research that recoil would be much more manageable as compared to the .500, but I still expected it to at least beat on my wrists. It doesn’t. Now, your *arms* will get tired if you’re holding it for hours. It’s ~5 pounds or so, a bit like holding a cast iron pan at arms length.

  3. Linkmaco3

    OOS thank goodness, I had my wallet out.

  4. LiterallyIAmPuck

    Had my eye on these, but not sure if that’s a good price or a “it’s covid and at least it’s in stock” price

  5. NoStepOnChop

    Gonna hijack this slightly related post and ask if anyone knows were to find a good price on a 44 magnum snubbie.

  6. Hunter0josh

    500 or go home

  7. rifenbug

    Literally just paid this for a used one with scope.

  8. TexasSilhouette

    I’ve shot a couple of these 8.5″ “snubbies” but prefer the 14″ variety to leverage the cartridge’s reach out and touch capability. Granted the 14″ takes a bit more muscle tone to be held at arms length for any period, the tank brake assures a firing line clear of debris and spectators to either side of you while shooting. 🙂

  9. okcumputer

    I have a 14 inch xvr and it will cut 2.25 inch groups at 100 yds all day with factory ammo. It would probably do better if it wasnt for the “flinch factor”.

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