Smith & Wesson Model 1026
The gun is constructed of stainless steel, a 5 in (127 mm) barrel and a 9 round single column magazine. It has no safety, and instead has a frame-mounted decocking lever. Internal safeties are a magazine disconnect and firing pin block. Factory single action mode trigger pull is about 5.5 lbf (24 N). It is available with fixed or adjustable sights.
In 1990 the VSP contracted with S&W for 2200 pistols, and by July 1990 they had received the entire order. The Model 1026 was identical to the FBI's Model 1076 but with a 5 inch barrel instead of a 4.25 inch barrel. See 1986 FBI Miami shootout for more information.
- "10mm Notes" (PDF). Retrieved 2012-05-02.