My next revo, i hope. LAS VEGAS â€” Smith & Wesson on Monday touted its new .460-caliber revolver as an ideal firearm for your backpack in the backcountry. Officials with the Springfield, Mass.-based company let selected members of the media fire the Performance Center Model .460 at a range in Boulder City, Nev., as part of the opening day of the annual SHOT Show. The countryâ€™s largest gun show is taking place this week in Las Vegas and is expected to draw some 60,000 attendees. Revolvers have long been replaced by high-capacity semi-auto for self defense, but they still make nice companions if you like camping where the critters are big enough to eat you. The five-shooter features a three-inch barrel, high-visibility sights and a synthetic stock with a shock absorber on the rear of the handle. Chambered for the massive .460 round, it packs a wallop. You can also shoot .454 Casull rounds, as well as .45 Long Colt ammo. â€œItâ€™s a very comfortable gun to shoot,â€ Paul Pluff, the companyâ€™s director of marketing services, said in an interview with Military.com. â€œA great gun for a back-up gun in the backcountry or even for hunting if youâ€™re going after some pigs or hogs or anything like that.â€ Itâ€™s a very nice gun but a bit pricey â€” $1,200. The company expects to market the revolver to civilians and law enforcement personnel.