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Dan Wesson 715 Pistol Pack, 4", 6", 8" Barrels, .357 Magnum, Stainless Steel
Dan Wesson 715 Pistol Pack chambered in .357 Magnum. Ships with the following Barrels 4", 6", 8" The 715 is as it was before – designed and built to be the most accurate, rugged and versatile revolver on the market. The double action trigger is short and relatively light, while the single action is light and crisp. The target-like SA trigger pull made the Dan Wesson revolver a favorite among competitors and hunters, and the tradition continues in the 715.
Barrel assemblies and grips are easily swapped by the shooter, and the 715 accepts grips and barrel/shroud assemblies from 15-2 model and newer revolvers.
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Dan Wesson Pistols
Dan Wesson 1911's were designed to be the most accurate, highest quality 1911 pistols in the market incorporating high end parts from companies such as Ed Brown, EGW, CMC, Grieder Precision and many others. Dan Wesson continues to move forward in the 1911 pistols with new features as the commander size, the Ed Brown bobtail and the 10mm chambering to name a few. CZ-USA in early 2005 acquired Dan Wesson Firearms and is now managing it as a part of the CZ corporate group. This history will continue to step forward with new and exciting products and innovation from the excellent people of CZ and Dan Wesson Firearms. Dan Wesson 1911's are phenomenal, no nonsense defense pistols comfortable at the range or in your every day carry holster.
Dan Wesson a division of the popular CZ brand of firearms. From the company website you find this.
Each Dan Wesson Firearms 1911 and revolver bears the name of Daniel B. Wesson, who founded Wesson Firearms Co., Inc. in 1968. The great-grandson of D. B. Wesson, co-founder of Smith & Wesson, had a goal to build the finest revolvers that the shooting world had ever seen. He accomplished this by creating guns that were innovative, virtually indestructible and capable of match-grade accuracy right out of the box.
Dan Wesson was a perfectionist, preferring to build a few truly great guns, rather than many merely good ones. In an era of mega-corporations and bottom-line management, he would never allow quality to be sacrificed for the sake of quantity. And it didn’t stop there. His philosophy was “You can never be fully satisfied. You can always make something better.” This kept him on a course of constant improvement, while providing his customers with the very best revolvers that money could buy.
In 2005 CZ purchased the Dan Wesson brand and has used its design and engineering expertise to improve both the Dan Wesson lines, and its own firearms. Sharing elements of design that their customers loved, and features that improved performance and dependability.