Smith Wesson Model 625 Reviews

Smith Wesson Model 625 Reviews

Smith Wesson Model 625 Review

Smith Wesson Model 625

Smith Wesson Model 625 Review

January 30, 2018 by dayattherange.com

In December of 2013 I turned 45 years old. As a consolation prize for being that age and a self congratulatory token for actually making it, I decided that I needed to buy a gun that matched my age. A 45. With absolutely no idea on what I was going to get the madness of research began. I’m not made of money, not by a long stretch, but I didn’t mind spending a little something extra on it given the occasion.

Smith Wesson Model 625 Review

Smith Wesson Model 625

Smith Wesson Model 625 Review

January 30, 2018 by guns.com

During WWI the U.S. did not have enough Colt 1911 pistols to go around, so Smith & Wesson and Colt retooled their revolver production to fill the .45 ACP gap in the military’s arsenal. In turn both companies produced M1917 revolvers. It was a viable solution at the time and while it may not be in high demand today — a revolver to fire semi-auto ammo — Smith & Wesson continues to make .45 ACP revolvers for their loyal fans. Currently the company offers a handful of different models, but the one that has quickly become one of my favorites is the Smith & Wesson 625JM.

Smith Wesson Model 625 Review

Smith Wesson Model 625

Smith Wesson Model 625 Review

January 30, 2018 by gunsgunsguns.net

Is bigger always better? Long before McDonalds introduced the term “supersize” to our vocabulary, American consumers favored that larger slice of life. A big house, big truck or even a big candy bar was always the better choice.