The Industry’s Most Comprehensive Guide to Smith & Wesson
From Schofield Revolvers to M&P AR-15s, for more than 150 years Smith & Wesson has turned out some of the world’s most desirable firearms. Gun Digest is ready to arm shooters with the tools they need to know, appreciate and add more of the iconic guns to their collections. The newly updated Standard Catalog of Smith & Wesson 4th Edition is the industry’s most comprehensive guide to the well-respected manufacturer’s firearms.
At the heart of the reference are price listings for nearly 800 models of Smith & Wesson, covering its revolvers, semi-auto pistols, shotguns, rifles, military arms and other collectibles. Author Jim Supica and Richard Nahas have turned to the most trusted sources in the industry to provide the most current and accurate values for each model across 6 condition grades. This is the sort of market advantage that nets collectors the guns of their dreams, while keeping more of their hard-earned cash in their pockets. And with 144 new pages added since the last edition, the book covers even more Smith & Wesson models than ever before.
The Standard Catalog of Smith & Wesson 4th Edition is more than a price guide. It is also an unparalleled identification reference. The volume brims with more than 300 detailed, full-color photographs, making figuring out which firearm is which a snap. The images are enhanced by Supica and Nahas’ comprehensive written descriptions, which include vital information about variations to each model, as well as a concise history of the firearm at hand.
If Smith & Wesson’s guns make your day, than you need the Standard Catalog of Smith & Wesson 4th Edition. No true gun collector or Smith & Wesson fan’s firearms library is complete without it.
How this Guide will Make You a Smith & Wesson Expert:
- Current gun values for nearly 800 models across 6 condition grades
- More than 300 color photographs of the firearms for easy identification
- Extensive written descriptions, including the history and significance of nearly every model
About the Authors
Jim Supica runs Old Town Station Ltd. Auction & Antique Arms and has authored numerous articles on gun collecting. He is a contributing editor for The American Rifleman and serves on the Board of Directors of the Smith & Wesson Collectors Association. Richard Nahas has conducted extensive research on Smith & Wesson and is a member of the Smith & Wesson Collectors Association and, at the 1994 National Rifle Association’s national convention, won an award for his “Smith & Wesson: The Martial Arms” display.