|Smith & Wesson Model 61|
|Place of origin||USA|
|Manufacturer||Smith & Wesson|
|Cartridge||.22 Long Rifle|
|Caliber||.22 Long Rifle|
|Action||Recoil operated single-action|
|Feed system||5-round magazine|
The Smith & Wesson Model 61 (also known as the Smith & Wesson Escort or simply the Pocket Escort) is a subcompact semi-automatic pistol chambered in 22 long rifle and designed for self-defense that was made from 1970 to 1973.
Model 61 engineering changes:
- 61 (B1,001–B7,800; March 1970)
- 61-1 (B7,801–B9,850): Magazine safety (May 1970)
- 61-1 (B1–B500): Special group of pres. numbers (1970)
- 61-2 (B9,851–B40,000): Barrel nut added (September 1970)
- 61-3 (B40,001–B65,438): Aluminum frame (July 1971)
- Supica, Jim (2007). Standard Catalog of Smith & Wesson. Gun Digest Books. p. 281. ISBN 978-0-89689-293-4.
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