Smith Wesson Model 586 Reviews

Smith Wesson Model 586 Reviews

Smith Wesson Model 586 Review

Smith Wesson Model 586

Smith Wesson Model 586 Review

January 30, 2018 by personaldefenseworld.com

Back in late 1980, I heard about a PPC gunsmith in California who was grafting Colt Python barrels onto Smith & Wesson and Ruger revolvers for the dedicated revolver competition crowd. The idea was to achieve Python-like accuracy with a full-underlug, vented-barrel profile without having to spend Python prices. The results were called by such names as “Smolts” and “Cugers,” and for a while they were popular.

Smith Wesson Model 586 Review

Smith Wesson Model 586

Smith Wesson Model 586 Review

January 30, 2018 by guns.com

If you’re looking for a .357 Magnum revolver the Smith & Wesson 586 (686) would certainly be suitable for most needs and will remain that way for some time, as the company announced that they will be re-releasing it. However, if it’s not in your interest to buy it at the new asking price, the used models are still certainly a viable option.

Smith Wesson Model 586 Review

Smith Wesson Model 586

Smith Wesson Model 586 Review

January 30, 2018 by shootingtimes.com

Like a phoenix out of the ashes, Smith & Wesson’s classic, double-action, blued-steel, full-lug-barreled, .357 Magnum L-Frame Model 586 revolver has risen. Okay, maybe that’s a bit overdramatic, but I for one am thrilled that the 586 is back. Except for my .22 LR S&W K-Frame Model 17, which was my first-ever brand-new gun and has lived with me for 35 years, the Model 586 is my all-time favorite Smith & Wesson. Why? Because it’s made to last, it’s extremely accurate, and it’s a real pleasure to shoot.