Dan Wesson announced they are resuming production of their popular line of revolvers in 2014. The "new" Dan Wesson 715 is chambered in .357 Magnum and features an interchangeable six-inch barrel.
The DA/SA 715 incorporates a new HV6 shroud with a heavy vent profile to aid with the Magnum's recoil. The Dan Wesson 715 is compatible with barrels and grips from 15-2 models and newer revolvers.
With regular production resuming in late summer, the Dan Wesson 715 revolver should be available starting Fall 2014 at a suggested retail price of $1,168.
In the web exclusive photo gallery and video below, we further examine the Dan Wesson 715 at the Academi Training Facility in Moyock, North Carolina:
The new Dan Wesson 715
revolver is chambered in .357 Magnum and should be available in Fall 2014.
The Dan Wesson 715 features a six-inch interchangeable barrel and a new HV6 shroud, a heavy vent shroud profile designed to tame the .357's recoil.
Jason Morton, of CZ USA/Dan Wesson
, fires the Dan Wesson 715. The revolver can be fired with either a single-action or double-action trigger pull.
The grip and barrel/shroud assemblies can be swapped out on the Dan Wesson 715, allowing the shooter to customize the firearm based on personal preferences.