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Just bought a SW 625 JM

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by sigep749, Jan 4, 2013.

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  1. sigep749

    sigep749 Member

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    Just got a new SW model 625 JM, now time to find a holster! Any suggestions?
     
  2. BYJO4

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    Congrats on your new 625. One of the finest revolvers made.
     
  3. rcmodel

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    They're terrific guns. Find someone who knows what he's doing and get a good DA action job done.
    Bang, Inc springs, an extended firing pin and the right polishing will do wonders.

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  5. rcmodel

    rcmodel Member in memoriam

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    I bet you could cut your group size in half with a black front sight!! :D

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  6. splithoof

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    Holster: Sidearmor.
    The best holster for a 625: rugged, strong, durable. Retention works very well, no thumb-snap to break, no leather to rot, crack or peel.
    Very easy to re-holster your revolver while keeping focused on potential threat, etc. Not cheap, $80.95 retail, but the best holster I have ever owned for any working revolver.
    BTW, I don't advise letting some smith or whoever start swapping out parts; just shoot it a whole bunch, and it will smooth out just fine.
     
  7. 119er

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    I want one badly! My next revolver will be a 625.
     
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    Congrats! One of my top favs to shoot!

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  9. PapaG

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    Mine is from a few tears back, hogue S&W grips, 5 inch barrel and ny favorite pics are of it on the bench with three moons, each 80% empty, and whatever trophy was being given that week beside it for that pin shoot. Partridge sight all the way.
     
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    I ordered a Simply Rugged Sourdough Pancake for mine. It will be my second Simply Rugged. I'll try to post a pic of both when it arrives.
     
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    Love mine. Get a moonclip tool. Ranch products will set you up with moonclips at a great price. I have a hundred loaded right now. Don.t forget you have a quick change front sight, but I always go back to the stock gold bead.

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