Smith Wesson Model 632 Reviews

Smith Wesson Model 632 Reviews

Smith Wesson Model 632 Review

Smith Wesson Model 632

Smith Wesson Model 632 Review

January 30, 2018 by dailycaller.com

Almost as soon as Federal introduced its .327 Fed. Mag. cartridge, attention quickly turned to Smith & Wesson to see how the world’s pre-eminent manufacturer of revolvers would respond. The Massachusetts-based maker’s first offering in the new cartridge is the Model 632 based on its time-proven J-frame. It is especially noteworthy as Smith & Wesson didn’t play it safe by initially introducing a basic gun; instead, it opted to launch a distinctive and elegant gun that may serve as the flagship of its subsequent .327 Fed. Mag. lineup.

Smith Wesson Model 632 Review

Smith Wesson Model 632

Smith Wesson Model 632 Review

January 30, 2018 by handgunsmag.com

I’ve been a police officer, currently work as a private investigator, and, in my youth, drove an armored car around Detroit for the princely sum of $6.49 an hour, but I don’t consider myself a tough guy. The thought of being shot, even by a little teeny .22 bullet, makes me a little queasy. So I admit I don’t understand those who have dismissively called the .327 Federal Magnum a “woman’s caliber” or guns chambered in it “women’s guns.”

Smith Wesson Model 632 Review

Smith Wesson Model 632

Smith Wesson Model 632 Review

January 30, 2018 by americanrifleman.org

The Massachusetts-based maker’s first offering in the new cartridge is the Model 632 based on its time-proven J-Frame. It is especially noteworthy as S&W didn’t play it safe by initially introducing a basic gun; instead, it opted to launch a distinctive and elegant gun that may serve as the flagship of its subsequent .327 Federal Mag. line-up.