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Smith & Wesson .357 Magnum 65LS

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But we think most customers, including men, will find it worthwhile to spend extra on the Ladysmith model to get the special finish and the display quality grip, not to mention the advantages of a full lug barrel and shrouded ejector rod.

Smith & Wesson .357 Magnum 65LS

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The Ladysmith is a roundbutt revolver, but rather than show off its pretty lines with this beautiful grip, serious .357 shooters will likely change it to a more comfortable rubber model.
The ejector star is cut so that it acts like a gear to turn the cylinder. CNC machining made this possible. Older models relied on pins that sometimes broke or dropped off of the cylinder face with hard use.

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