My New Smith & Wesson Revolver

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    My New Smith & Wesson Revolver

    Teaser pics i got to go reshoot the pics of gun its self


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    You need to be slapped with a fish for that.

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    Hey Euc i wouldn't come back to this thread if i were you i just finished shooting the pics not i got to edit and upload

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    Angry

    How dare you tease us like that

    It's all in good fun for anyone watching...

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    Here she is 627 V-COMP










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    Pics are not my best sorry just couldn't get them to come out good thing batteries in camera need recharge


    Let me tell you the Double actions is SWEEET so sweet it gives wood.

    The Single action is unbelievable its is so light

    It is a moon clipped gun the one item in the pic is the replacement for the comp a thread cover .

    It came with the wood grips and the Hogues on complaint is the Wood grips they are very nice and well fit.. So my complaint ??

    they would be very nice on a snubbie not a fullsize 357 even the Guys at gun shop thought so

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    Looks good, Bud. Sure outclasses that little "P-shooter" I picked up yesterday.

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    Thanks John that not a bad looking 38 either shot it yet? plan to shoot the 627 tonight hopefully

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    Great stuff Bud - I am pretty sure that is same gun as a shooting bud has and his trigger was sweeeet. Very nice - eight pops of pure delight

    Not a P-shooter yours John - very nice aquisition - is that gonna be 1 or a BUG?
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    Schweet.

    And yeah, for an N frame that is an awful compact grip!

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    Just a pocket carry/BUG for when I'm not carrying the XD40. Havent taken it to the range yet. Gotta go to WW and get some ammo first. Should be interesting in the recoil dept, as last revolver I had was an SW model 10 way back in the mid-60's, and sold it for $25!! Dummy me...
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    SW model 10 way back in the mid-60's, and sold it for $25!!
    Don't you just cringe when you think back to those guns - you never should have gotten rid of.

    I swear, almost any gun we sell or trade - comes back to bite us later because we know we should have kept it.! Only exceptions of course are the odd lemon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NevJohn
    Just a pocket carry/BUG for when I'm not carrying the XD40. Havent taken it to the range yet. Gotta go to WW and get some ammo first. Should be interesting in the recoil dept, as last revolver I had was an SW model 10 way back in the mid-60's, and sold it for $25!! Dummy me...
    Recoil should be pretty tame i shot the WWB in my 38 cobra every now and then and its isn't bad at all

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    Great Pics Bud

    High Class Piece Of Shootin' Iron!

    And nice also NevJohn.
    I had an old S&W BG once...boo hoo I miss it.

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    Bud,
    I have one and really enjoy it.
    I've bobbed the hammer and smoothed & lightened the action. I have it at 6 1/4 lbs. double action pull. It's a sweetheart. I use Ranch moonclips with no problems.
    With the light trigger pull, I use only Federal primers.

    I've added a fiber optic front sight (for old eyes) and Miculek grips.

    I have a .38 short Colt load that Mrs. Airedale uses for USPSA. I may try it out in the 627 at steel challenge this Sunday.

    Enjoy the wheel,
    Dave

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