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It looks like the TRR8. Except it has an M&P on it, and the rail is stanag-ish looking rather than a standard weaver.



I guess it is the non-performance center version of the TRR, and it looks like it might be called the M&P8.



However, the internet says only impactguns and ableammo have it listed, and neither have it in stock.
 

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I emailed S&W about it.. Waiting for a reply.. I have been wanting to get a 357 revolver.. This might be my choice..
 

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Think its an MP R8. I saw one on gunbroker, had a light and optics.



Wonder how heavy it is?
 

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If it is like the TRR8.. This is the specs for it..



SKU: item_170269

Model: 327 TRR8

Caliber: .357MAG/.38+P

Capacity: 8 Rounds

Barrel Length: 5"

Front Sight: Interchangeable

Rear Sight: Adjustable

Grip: Rubber

Frame: Large

Finish: Black Glassbead - Includes Tactical Rails

Overall Length: 10.5"

Material: Frame: Scandium Alloy, Cylinder: Stainless Steel

Weight Empty: 35.3 oz.
 

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If they made one of those for me, they didn't have to. One of yall can have it.
 

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There was an article about it in one of the magazines, SWAT officers complained than then they used a 1911 with a ballistic shield, when fired the slide would often hit the shield, and cause a malfunction, with a increased capacity revolver that's not going to be a problem.



When they use the shield their arm goes around the shield so they can carry the weapon in front of the shield.
 

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I think S&W is just milking the M&P name now.



It was one thing to give their new next gen polymer gun this historic moniker but now it's on AR's, handcuffs, and now this???
 

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Yeah.. I really want a wheel gun to add to my collection.. I might stick with my original plan of getting a nice 686..
 

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It's probably the TRR8

There is a article in Guns & Ammo magazine (Oct. issue) about the Peformance Center version. MSRP priced at $1,260.00. Not really a bad price for a Performance Center pistol. Great looking gun. Wish I could afford it now but maybe someday.

I have a S & W 686PP 6" 357 magnum now but you can't have enough good revolvers.
 
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