Discussion in 'Handguns: General Discussion' started by Barry the Bear, Jan 29, 2021.
Glad you replaced it. Congrats on the new guns.
Well I needed the cash at the time. The last one was the performance center, the trigger on that one was alot better than this one, a trigger job is in order for this baby.
Yeah, understand, we do what we have to do. My 625 is just a regular 625-4 but I had it worked on by Cylinder & Slide. It has a superb trigger.
Again, congrats on the new guns.
I was hoping it was. Seriously cool gun, but not very practical. What OP has is much more practical. The 625 is a gun I just don’t understand. I like it but outside of a game scenario I can’t imagine an actual use for it. I like them and would love to have one. Moon clip revolvers are fun, I just don’t care for .45 for some reason.
625 one of the few S&W 45acp I could shoot well. The autos just never fit my hand right. Wanted to like them, they were well made, but just did not fit me.
Revolver or Semi? Why not both?
Good for you...I too am a fan of both.
Either way nice pickups!
Revolver or Semi? Why not both? In the same holster?
My 625 is a gem. It shoots like a 44 special or 45 colt, but in a caliber that's normally cheaper and easier to find.
I got a couple guys nearby I think I'll take it to. I may also try replacing the serrated trigger with a smooth one
All in one.
Mateba Autorevolver - Wikipedia
I have carried mixed pairs, at times. Auto-pistol and revolving pistol; life is good.
And the 1911 is my favorite semi auto handgun, so I am with you on all counts.
Neither is high capacity, but I have BTDT, and sold them all.
I will sacrifice capacity for absolute accuracy, and that is how I have arrived at my carry choices.
In order to maintain our friendship, I shall pretend that you didn't say that.
There are lots of choices!
I find the ACP revolver with a 4” tapered barrel ideal for carrying. The large chambers and bore keep the weight down yet the cartridge is sufficient to carry the day.
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