Smith & Wesson Model 35

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The Smith & Wesson Target Model 1953 (model 35) is a very small framed six shot revolver in originally produced as a .32 cal pocket pistol. It was given the designation 22/32. It was a 6" barreled target revolver that was based upon a redesign of the 22/32 target model.[1]

The rear sight was adjustable for both elevation and windage, the front sight had a distinctive T shaped blade that made it very impractical as a pocket pistol as it would easily catch on clothing. An optional extra available from Sears was a button down leather holster.

Manufacture began in 1953, and it was discontinued in 1974.[1][2]

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