Smith & Wesson Model 14

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Smith & Wesson Model 14 - .38 spl

The Smith & Wesson Model 14 "Target Masterpiece" was a .38 Special, double action revolver built on the square-butt K target frame. It was a continuation of the pre-World War II K-38 Target Masterpiece. It was manufactured initially from 1947-1982. Production was resumed in 1991. The second production model had a full-lug ribbed barrel. The Model 15 with its four inch barrel and Baughman Quick Draw front sight can be considered to be a "duty" version of the Model 14.

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Specifications

(1947 - 1983)

  • Type: Revolver
  • Caliber: .38 Special
  • Weight: 2.19 lbs (0.99 kg)
  • Length: 11.13 in (28.3 cm) (6" barrel)
  • Barrel length(s): 6 in (15.2 cm), 8.375 in (21.3 cm)
  • Capacity:6-round cylinder
  • Fire Modes: SA/DA

The Smith & Wesson Model 14 can be seen in the following films used by the following actors:

Film

Title Actor Character Note Date
The French Detective (Adieu, poulet) Sylvain Lévignac Policeman as false wounded 1975
Hunter Will Get You Jean-Paul Belmondo L'Alpagueur 1976
Hunter Will Get You Claude Brosset Granier 1976
Hunter Will Get You Patrick Fierry Costa Valdez 1976
Colors Sean Penn Officer Danny McGavin 1988
Batman Jack Nicholson Jack Napier continuity error 1989
The Assassination of Richard Nixon Sean Penn Samuel Byck 2004

Television

Title Actor Character Note Date
Adam-12 Martin Milner Officer Malloy 1968-1971
Adam-12 Kent McCord Officer Reed 1968-1971
Adam-12 William Boyett Sgt. MacDonald 1968-1971
The A-Team Ed Lauter Sheriff Hank Thompson 1983


See Also

  • Smith & Wesson - A list of all firearms manufactured by Smith & Wesson.


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