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[Discussion] Smith & Wesson's Exciting Venture into Lever Action: Introducing the Model 1854

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A Modern Twist on Classic Design

In an exciting announcement at the SHOT Show 2024, Smith & Wesson unveiled their inaugural foray into modern lever-action firearms with the release of the Model 1854. This innovative weapon, chambered in the potent 44 Magnum, melds historical design with contemporary functionality. The standard Model 1854 distinguishes itself with a robust synthetic stock and a large lever loop, catering to both practical use and aesthetic appeal. Adding to its versatility, it features a flat-faced single-action trigger, known for its precision and responsiveness.

Enhanced Functionality and Accessories

Smith & Wesson's Model 1854 is not just about looks; it's designed for practicality and adaptability. A notable addition is the extended hammer spur, enhancing ease of use. For those looking to customize their firearm, the Model 1854 comes equipped with a 4-inch section of Picatinny rail, allowing for the attachment of various accessories such as optics or lights. This thoughtful integration of modern elements positions the Model 1854 as a versatile choice for enthusiasts and professionals alike.


Period-Correct Variant for Traditionalists

Understanding the appeal of classic firearms, Smith & Wesson also offers a variant of the Model 1854 that pays homage to its historical roots. This version boasts a glossy DLC blued finish, evoking the timeless elegance of traditional lever-action rifles. Complementing this is a hybrid wood stock, which not only adds to the firearm's visual appeal but also provides a nod to its historical lineage. This period-correct model is sure to attract those who appreciate the blend of historical aesthetics with modern manufacturing quality.

Smith & Wesson's Resurgence in Lever Action

The launch of the Model 1854 marks a significant milestone for Smith & Wesson, signaling their renewed interest and commitment to the lever-action market. This modern take on a classic design offers a glimpse into what enthusiasts can expect from the company's future productions in this category. With the Model 1854, Smith & Wesson merges the nostalgia of the past with the advancements of the present, promising an exciting future for lever-action firearms.

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