Smith Wesson Model 620 Reviews

Smith Wesson Model 620 Reviews

Smith Wesson Model 620 Review

Smith Wesson Model 620

Smith Wesson Model 620 Review

January 30, 2018 by smithandwessonforums.com

I have a chance to buy a Model 620, but all I know is that it's a stainless, 4", 7-shot .357 that doesn't have the full under lug barrel (the look I prefer) and that it's been discontinued. I have seen it and it looks immaculate.

Smith Wesson Model 620 Review

Smith Wesson Model 620

Smith Wesson Model 620 Review

January 30, 2018 by handgunforum.net

Hello all, new member here. I'm preparing to buy a new revolver this weekend (my first) at a local gun show, and am thinking of either the 686 or 620, w/4-inch barrel. As far as I can tell they're both very similar except for the full lug on the 686 and the 7th shot on the 620. Am I correct? Is there a purpose for the full lug, apart from aesthetics? I hear a lot about the 686 from friends, and have read a lot about its almost legendary status. But I don't hear much about the 620. Your advice would be much appreciated. Thanks.

Smith Wesson Model 620 Review

Smith Wesson Model 620

Smith Wesson Model 620 Review

January 30, 2018 by shootingtimes.com

Smith & Wesson recently announced that it would be discontinuing the .357 Magnum K-Frame revolvers, including the Model 65 and 66. For decades these stainless-steel round guns were extremely popular with American police agencies, but problems arose with some when they were fed a steady diet of Magnum ammo. In 1981 S&W announced the L-Frame revolver that, while only slightly larger than the K-Frame, was capable of standing up to all the .357s you might care to launch out of it.