S&W Introduces Performance Center 460XVR Bone Collector Revolver

S&W Introduces Performance Center 460XVR Bone Collector Revolver


Smith & Wesson is catering to handgun hunters and big-bore enthusiasts in 2015 with a new, limited edition Performance Center Model 460XVR Bone Collector revolver built in partnership with professional hunter Michael Waddell.

For more info about S&W hunting revolvers, subscribe to Shooting Times or pick up a copy of the Mar. 2015 issue.

The new Bone Collector version of the Model 460XVR features a unique two-tone finish, a 7.5-inch barrel and a 5-round cylinder. The revolver also sports the signature Bone Collector logo above the grip. Chambered in the powerful .460 S&W Magnum cartridge, it is capable of taking down almost any North American big-game animal. Its big bore chambering makes it a go-to option as a primary hunting handgun or a back country sidearm.


Smith & Wesson is only producing 1,500 limited edition Model 460XVR Bone Collector revolvers, and they are available for $1,680 each. Their estimated availability date is currently unknown.

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