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Old 05-15-2011, 11:51 PM   #76 (permalink)
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Old 05-16-2011, 08:50 PM   #77 (permalink)
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my .454 casull with 8 3/8 barrel and still kicks like a mule.then my 1991 colt gov issue .45. gonna start looking for a .454 in a shorter barrel or maybe pick up a s&w .460 so i can still shoot .454 stuff thru it and sell my .454 casuall i have already.
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Old 05-16-2011, 08:52 PM   #78 (permalink)
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Yeah, this daddy is pissed off at SW cause his new 610 decided to come apart in his hands tonight.
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Old 05-16-2011, 08:55 PM   #79 (permalink)
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Yeah, this daddy is pissed off at SW cause his new 610 decided to come apart in his hands tonight.


Hope daddy still has all his fingers & eyeballs!
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Old 05-16-2011, 09:03 PM   #80 (permalink)
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yep, it just stopped working. Apparently you need a PhD to work on Smith's. Way the hell more complicated than a ...


























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Old 05-16-2011, 09:21 PM   #81 (permalink)
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Does it have a Hillary Hole?

Oh wait... according to S&W those are fail safe & NEVER malfunction...
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Old 05-16-2011, 09:26 PM   #82 (permalink)
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Yes, it does. I think it's the hand spring.
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Yes, it does. I think it's the hand spring.
Maybe now ya know why it was for sale...
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Old 05-16-2011, 10:29 PM   #84 (permalink)
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Maybe now ya know why it was for sale...
Smith wants four weeks to fix it. Guess it's going in the mail tomorrow. Easily the most accurate revolver I own. I was blown away how well it was shooting, well, you know, until it stopped working.
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If S&W customer service is as good as Ruger's should be no problem.

A friend has a later pre lock (I think early 90's, late 80's) 629DX that is a freakin' tack driver, as is my '80 vintage 686. I don't like the Hillary Hole but there's nothing wrong with the way the later models shoot.

...when they work, that is...
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hand spring is less than a 10 minute fix, seriously. you want pics and words?

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Uhhhmmm. Yeah.

Pics would be awesome, I don't even know what im looking for.
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hand spring is less than a 10 minute fix, seriously. you want pics and words?

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Uhhhmmm. Yeah.

Pics would be awesome, I don't even know what im looking for.

Lets get back to the porn already !


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Why are Smith hammers and triggers so crappy looking?
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you don't even know what the hand spring looks like and you're sure that's your problem?

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Cylinder won't turn and trigger won't reset. I called Smith, they said it might be the handspring. I took the gun apart. There is nothing holding the hand in place. If I hold the hand in place manually and cycle the action, it works fine.
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Why are Smith hammers and triggers so crappy looking?
So forged and color case hardened is crappy?


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the hand has no pressure on it forward into the frame window? all you have to do is unhook the mainspring from the hammer, pry the trigger return slide up (catch the spring) and then pull the hand backward out of the frame window and pull the trigger/hand up off of its pin.
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Is that what they are? It just looks dirty on mine.

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the hand has no pressure on it forward into the frame window? all you have to do is unhook the mainspring from the hammer, pry the trigger return slide up (catch the spring) and then pull the hand backward out of the frame window and pull the trigger/hand up off of its pin.
Huh, well the hand is just sitting in there in mine. Yours is an N frame as well, right? Can you get a pic? otherwise it's off to SW.
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Is that what they are? It just looks dirty on mine...
You have a newer "MIM" trigger group. My 625 is the old forged group with the firing pin on the hammer.

My 60 is MIM though. The color is somewhat bland but the contour and feel is nicer than the forged in some ways. MIM parts are much more consistent and require less fitting, so replacing a component in a trigger group is much simpler.


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It might just be an old .22LR, but at least I can say I own a revolver now

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I'm crossposting this from the small gun thread to here...

I've got a question for those of you who carry revolvers. Do you carry a gun with a hammer mounted firing pin or a transfer bar? If yours has a mounted firing pin do you carry with the hammer on an empty chamber? Is the transfer bar actually a good thing for a carry revolver?
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It might just be an old .22LR, but at least I can say I own a revolver now
And a pretty damn fine revolver it is, too.
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I'll see what i can do from my phone when i get home. and yes its an n frame
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I'm crossposting this from the small gun thread to here...

I've got a question for those of you who carry revolvers. Do you carry a gun with a hammer mounted firing pin or a transfer bar? If yours has a mounted firing pin do you carry with the hammer on an empty chamber? Is the transfer bar actually a good thing for a carry revolver?
Transfer bar is a good thing for just about every aspect of revolvers.
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