625 V comp worth the $$$$$$$$$


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a1-equipment
November 12, 2006, 12:46 AM
I have been thinkn about getting a 625 performance V comp, have never had a sw performance shop pistol, I have a 5" 1989 model 625 with a action job i love it, what should i expect about the performace shop one as far as performace improvements or is it just a non fluted cylinder and fancy case for the extra $350

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Majic
November 12, 2006, 02:10 AM
IMO that's about it. You have to send it back and request a decent action job.

rbert0005
November 12, 2006, 07:34 AM
If you can swing it, go for it.

It is a really nice gun, and it's like putting money in the bank.

They are very pleasing to the eye, as well. And i didn't have to send it back for an improvement on the trigger...

Bob

JoeHatley
November 12, 2006, 08:03 PM
625 V-comp is the most accurate revolver I own.

http://www.iowatelecom.net/~hatley/625_Vcomp_sf.jpg

Worth every cent!!!

Joe

TonyT
November 13, 2006, 11:54 AM
I shoot a 625 PC without the V-Comp and it's a truly a pleasure to shoot. The finely tuned mechanics are worth the additional cost.
I also have a Sig 220 Sport which has a comp on the front. I did not notice any discernable diffrence when shootng my Sig with or without the comp ports. In contract both the 627 V-Comp and 686 PP do display a significant difference in target acquisition.
Perhaps it's the velocity difference in my reloads. My reloads iIn 45 ACP with the 185 gr bullets do 720 to 800 fps and the 230 gr. bullets go 650 to 700 fps. In 38 Special and 357 mag with 125 gr, bullets I approach 1000 fps.

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