Smith Wesson Model 67 Reviews

Smith Wesson Model 67 Reviews

Smith Wesson Model 67 Review

Smith Wesson Model 67

Smith Wesson Model 67 Review

January 30, 2018 by thefiringline.com

I already have a 686 6", but am looking to a 4" wheelgun. I love the 686, but am considering a 67 for nostalgia purposes (my father had one, and it was the first handgun I ever shot). However, nostalgia aside, is there any practical reason to choose a 67 over a 686? I know, of course, one is .38 K frame and the other is .357 L frame (with a full underlug). However, is the 67 any more accurate with .38 loads than a 686? Also, the internals (trigger, etc.) are the same, correct (if both are hammer mounted firing pin models with no locks)? Can the 67 shoot +P rated ammo?

Smith Wesson Model 67 Review

Smith Wesson Model 67

Smith Wesson Model 67 Review

January 30, 2018 by lonelymachines.org

This is a Smith & Wesson Model 67, the stainless Combat Masterpiece in .38 Special. According to Supica & Nahas, it was manufactured in 1974. This one’s a no-dash model from the first production run and has the stainless sights. It also has the tapered and pinned barrel, which would later be replaced with a straight, heavy barrel to match the Magnum frames.

Smith Wesson Model 67 Review

Smith Wesson Model 67

Smith Wesson Model 67 Review

January 30, 2018 by thetruthaboutguns.com

My interest in shooting doesn’t stop at the 50-yard line. It begins there. I consider pistol shooting a necessary evil: a component of 3-gun competitions that I have to get through to get to the fun stuff. So when it came time for me to buy a pistol for competitions, I went for a “safe” choice: the SIG SAUER p226 9mm. Revolvers weren’t on my radar. Not for competition. Not for self-defense. Not for fun. And then, over the past year, I’ve been exposed to a number of pistols that have opened my eyes to the joys of the wheelgun. None more effectively than the Smith & Wesson Performance Center 67-5.