Smith Wesson Model 63 Reviews

Smith Wesson Model 63 Reviews

Smith Wesson Model 63 Review

Smith Wesson Model 63

Smith Wesson Model 63 Review

January 30, 2018 by gunblast.com

One of the first articles I ever wrote for Gunblast was on the Model 63 Smith & Wesson. Titled "Little Big Gun", I praised the little sixgun as being one of the best trail guns ever made. To those who own them, they are legendary little revolvers, and are priced accordingly. S&W discontinued production of the Model 63 a few years ago, and they are very hard to find on the used market.

Smith Wesson Model 63 Review

Smith Wesson Model 63

Smith Wesson Model 63 Review

January 30, 2018 by gun-tests.com

We’ve been asked: Why would I want to buy a double action .22 revolver over a .22 semiautomatic pistol? The answer is: It depends. If targets are your point of aim, you’re better off with a target pistol. After all, holding on a bullseye while cranking the average double action trigger isn’t the easiest thing to do during a course of timed or rapid fire.

Smith Wesson Model 63 Review

Smith Wesson Model 63

Smith Wesson Model 63 Review

January 30, 2018 by americanrifleman.org

For rimfire enthusiasts, the .22 LR semi-auto pistols are all the rage. And well they should be. They're fun to shoot, quick to load, and affordable to buy. However, magazine-fed handguns are not the only option worth investing in. Hidden deeply within Smith & Wesson's inventory of semi-auto pistols, big-bore wheelguns and AR-style rifles are some of the best rimfire double-action revolvers available. Among the most versatile options is the compact Model 63 kit gun.