|This article is about the Smith & Wesson Model 36. You may be looking for other similar named Smith & Wesson firearms.|
|Smith & Wesson Model 36|
|First Appearance||"Arrow on the Doorpost"|
|Series lifespan||"Arrow on the Doorpost" to "Inmates"|
The Smith & Wesson Model 36 is a revolver chambered for .38 Special. It is one of several models of "J-frame" Smith & Wesson revolvers. It was introduced in 1950, and is still in production.
The Model 36 was designed in the era just after World War II, when Smith & Wesson stopped producing war materials and resumed normal production. For the Model 36, they sought to design a weapon that could fire the more powerful .38 Special round in a small, concealable package. Since the older I-frame was not able to handle this load, a new frame was designed, which became the Smith & Wesson J-frame.
|"Arrow on the Doorpost"||Hershel Greene with a S&W Model 36 duct taped to his leg.|
|"Internment"||Noris aiming a S&W Model 36 at a walker that attacks Hershel.|
|"Inmates"||Beth Greene aiming an S&W Model 36.|