It’s all about embracing the challenging task of handgun hunting with Smith And Wesson Performance Center! We’ll gain some valuable insight into how Performance Center firearms are designed to give you your best shot yet. We will also hear from individuals who share a love for the thrill of handgun hunting, and take a look at several Performance Center handguns in action on various hunts. To kick things off, Performance Centers very own Tony Miele will give us some insight into the beginnings of Performance Center, and their impact on taking handgun hunting to the next level. As Tony will tell us, the Performance Center takes Smith and Wesson products and makes them that much better. With the addition of compensators to reduce muzzle flip, action jobs, integral rails, and many other features exclusive to Performance Center, you’re looking at some of the best products available on the market today.
Over the last several years, Tony has joined us for a handgun hunt for whitetail every December. From his unforgettable head on shot, to rattling in deer up close and personal, we’ve always been treated to an exciting hunt when Tony joins us. This year is no different. He’s joining us again with his with his handgun of choice at his side, the Performance Center 629 .44 Magnum Hunter. From its custom tuned action, to a chrome trigger with trigger stop, and all stainless steel construction, this firearm has all the bells and whistles you would expect from Smith and Wesson Performance Center. As we catch up with Tony in the field, he’s settling in to an area that is known for lots of deer, and has already delivered a plethora of sightings. Let’s see how the 629 .44 Magnum Hunter performs today!