Yes, Rifles from S&W: Models A, B, C, D, and E (1968)
For years, hunters who admire Smith & Wesson sidearms have sworn: "If they ever come out with a rifle, I'll be the first man at the store"
Well stop swearing.
Now Smith & Wesson brings you a family of rifles in 4 great calibers, with the game-wise features you look for in a gun.
They're light enough to tote up mountains … handy enough to swing on a bouncing buck in the brush.
Their safety is fumble-proof … low, to clear any scope … so silent it wouldn't spook game a foot away.
Use the sturdy, open rear sight and silver bead up front. Or add most any scope mount or receiver sight; the holes are already drilled and tapped.
A clean trigger lets off when you want it to; a fast striker helps make sure you're still on target when the gun fires. An extremely strong, modern action and hammer-forged barrel … carefully inletted … deliver the goods in accuracy.
You also get a smooth-feeding, 5-shot magazine with hinged floor plate, a real bragging stock with 16-line checkering.
Plus the kind of workmanship you've found in Smith & Wesson handguns.
Ask your dealer to show you these S&W rifles. You'll say they were worth waiting for. And write for our new rifle catalog. Smith & Wesson, Springfield, Mass. 01101, U.S.A.
Model A: De-luxe grade. About 7 lbs. 233/4" barrel. Monte Carlo buttstock.
Model B: Lightweight. About 6 lbs. 10 ozs. 233/4" barrel. Monte Carlo buttstock.
Model C: Same as Model B but straight, Sporting buttstock with slope-away checkpiece. About 6 lbs. 10 ozs.
Model D: Lightweight. Full Stock. About 6 lbs. 10 ozs. 203/4" barrel. Sporting buttstock.
Model E: Same as Model D, with Monte Carlo buttstock. About 6 lbs. 10 ozs.
All models available in .30-06 Springfield and .243, .270, .308 Winchester calibers.
Smith & Wesson
Springfield, Massachusetts 01101
A Bangor Punta Company
GG Archives REF: BPS&W-006-1968-BW-AD