#SundayGunday: Smith & Wesson Performance Center Model 460XVR

posted on May 3, 2020
This week, we're taking a look at the Model 460XVR, from Smith & Wesson. A big-bore revolver designed for the serious handgun hunter, the 460XVR is chambered in .460 S&W Magnum, but can also handle .45 Colt, and .454 Casull, making it quite a versatile option. As far as optics go, the pistol not only sports a fiber optic front sight and rear bracket, but boasts an integral scope base topside. For more information on this big-game hunter's handgun, check out the video embedded above, hosted by Digital Associate Editor, David Herman.
S&W 460XVR Right Side
For more #SundayGunday, check out our playlist on YouTube, where all previous episodes are archived.
S&W 460XVR Left Side


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