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My New Smith & Wesson 637

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Old 12-10-2008, 01:23 AM   #1
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Default My New Smith & Wesson 637

This weekend I went to the gun club and picked up one of these 2" .38
They were basically giving them away!
$349.99 + the $30 coupon from S&W
PLUS I got a free trigger job from the man who does them at Smith & Wesson.
That right there is a $140 job, I got free.
So basically I got a $479.99 + $140 = $619.99
For $349.99! If anyone is in the Phoenix area COME TO THIS!!!

I have yet to shoot it though. So now review yet.
Here are some pictures of it...

My New Smith & Wesson 637 - Revolver Handguns
My New Smith & Wesson 637 - Revolver Handguns
My New Smith & Wesson 637 - Revolver Handguns
My New Smith & Wesson 637 - Revolver Handguns
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Old 12-12-2008, 11:44 PM   #2
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I bought a new 637 just about a year ago. First time out, I found the thumb catch to be "gritty" and on one or two occasions wouldn't release the cylinder. Sent it to SW and they repaired and sent it back in a short while. Repair was listed as "Repaired bolt" and said it was adjusted to their standards Got it back, tried the release, seemed ok, into the safe it went. Should have taken it out and fired it when I got it back but one thing led to another, and it was some time before I got it back to the range. Same thing. Back to Smith, same repairs, "Repaired Bolt", etc. Seems ok now but not anywhere near as smooth as my old Smiths. Or even my new 686+. Keep an eye on it. Good luck.
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That's a nice gun. My SIL got a similar gun last month. It was the airweight with the concealed hammer and the laser sight in the grip. It felt good in my hands and was pretty accurate for a small gun.
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