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  1. S&W Revolvers 1945 to Present
    I could use some help getting over the hump with this decision. I've been researching and over analyzing until late into the night for a week now. I'm not going to ask which is better because I don't think that question has just one answer. I have made a little progress in my decision though. I...
  2. S&W Revolvers 1945 to Present
    I am looking for a new hunting revolver and was hoping you guys could point me in the right direction. This would be my first revolver and I was wondering what everyone thought of the PC Model 629 .44 Magnum Hunter and the PC Model 629 Stealth Hunter. Also, how do they differ from the 629 Deluxe...
  3. S&W Revolvers 1945 to Present
    Hey all, I just got my first S&W firearm and got this version of the 629 website here : . I've shot a few rounds through it and have been practicing my trigger pull. I do have a question now however, and would...
  4. S&W Revolvers 1945 to Present
    Picked up my PC Model 627-5 today, and I must say I am very pleased. This will likely be my new Nightstand Gun, as I was quite surprised by how bulky it is despite its Snubbie status. Now THAT is what I call a Red Ramp Front! LOL
  5. WTS, WTB, WTT-FIREARMS ONLY! Please Read Rules!
    Up for your consideration is the SMITH&WESSON 500 MAGNUM BONE COLLECTOR LIMITED EDDITION handgun. This is a numbered piece and it’s # 634 of 1000 made by their world renowned Performance Center. I purchased the revolver NEW and I have NEVER fired it. Additionally, I’ve mounted a Bushnell Elite...
  6. S&W Semi-Auto Pistols Forum
    Brand new out of the case my Performance Center CORE 5" barrel 9mm has a fire pin issue. This isn't the way to start a relationship with a new gun. I loaded the mag with UMC 115gr FMJ Round nose ammo. First shot went as planned, but no second shot. I found the second round would not feed...
  7. Wtb

    WTS, WTB, WTT-FIREARMS ONLY! Please Read Rules!
    Looking for nib or lnib SW 945-1, 945-40 compact...the nicer the better.