America's Right Arm
Like many relics, The Smith & Wesson Military & Police revolver has been taken for granted. They are so plentiful that high quality Model 10s are still very affordable to the collector. Still, they represent a mere footnote in most volumes of firearm literature. One author though, has given the Military and Police revolver the recognition it deserves, in it's own volume of historical and collector information.
John Henwood first published "America's Right Arm - The Smith and Wesson Military and Police Revolver" in 1997. It is a 296 page comprehensive resource for all questions concerning this gun. Do you wonder what de-milled Victory M&Ps sold for in 1979? It's in this book. Have you ever wondered why stainless S&W revolvers used flash chromed lockwork? The answer is in there. Have you ever wondered if that Model 10-6 chambered in .357 magnum was authentic? John Henwood has the answer.
John Henwood's authoritative resource on the S&W M&P is not available from the usual sources. It is self published, and is available through his gentle wife Katherine. It is chock full of illustrations and information that can not be found elsewhere. If you are a Smith & Wesson M&P fan, this book is indispensable. Buy it.
Contact: John Henwood
819 Linda Mar Blvd.
Pacifica CA. 94044-3450