Smith Wesson Model 327 Reviews

Smith Wesson Model 327 Reviews

Smith Wesson Model 327 Review

Smith Wesson Model 327

Smith Wesson Model 327 Review

January 30, 2018 by personaldefenseworld.com

With big-bore performance, size does matter. Smith & Wesson’s Performance Center takes one of the company’s largest revolver frames, the N-Frame, and packs eight rounds of .357 Mag firepower into its Model 627 and Model 327 designs. When you’re talking about snub-nose revolvers for concealed carry, however, N-Frames and eight-round capacities are hardly the norm.

Smith Wesson Model 327 Review

Smith Wesson Model 327

Smith Wesson Model 327 Review

January 30, 2018 by ammoland.com

U.S.A. –-(Ammoland.com)- It could be said of me, with pretty decent accuracy, that I spend a great deal of time around firearms and have a very good grasp of what makes certain guns good or, well, not so good.

Smith Wesson Model 327 Review

Smith Wesson Model 327

Smith Wesson Model 327 Review

January 30, 2018 by usconcealedcarry.com

It shocks the visual senses. First, the large frame chassis combines with a two-inch barrel. To give the reader a sense of scale, the frame is derived from the Model 29 .44 Magnum N-frame. The oversized titanium cylinder holding eight rounds of .357 Magnum is another clue that something out of the ordinary is going on. The proprietary S&W barrel lock nut, which mates the stainless steel barrel insert to barrel shroud, is another anomaly.