My new S&W Pro Series 627

Discussion in 'Revolver Handguns' started by Gh0zt36, Oct 21, 2012.

  1. Gh0zt36

    Gh0zt36 Active Member

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    It's 8 shot .357 mag , and I colored in the engraving on either side of the barrel with crayola crayon to match the FO front sight.
     

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  2. colmustard

    colmustard New Member

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    Very nice wheel gun! You should give us a range report!
     

  3. Gh0zt36

    Gh0zt36 Active Member

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    Yea its heavy as a tank I bet it will have 0 muzzle climb

    ill def make a range video an u/l it to youtube
     
  4. colmustard

    colmustard New Member

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    Looking forward to it!
     
  5. Olympus

    Olympus New Member

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    That's a good gun you've got there. I've got the 627 from the Performance Center with the 5" barrel and its probably my all around favorite pistol to shoot. Enjoy it!
     
  6. Gh0zt36

    Gh0zt36 Active Member

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    I would've liked the performance center but when I found out all you gained by buying the PC was fine tuning and chrome hammer n trigger and minus a couple MIM parts the pro was no brainer . I would've liked to have had a 5" barrel but I carry this now and 4" is pretty intrusive to my junk at 12:30 appendix carry.

    I do love it though . does your extractor cover stick ? I cant unscrew mine. I don't want to force it cause I had a mod 10-7 .38 I tried to get the extractor cover off n broke the threads off in the extractor. Anything I can do to loosen it up ?
     
  7. locutus

    locutus Well-Known Member Supporter

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    Nice gun. I'm think of getting one like it, but with 6 inch barrel.:)
     
  8. Olympus

    Olympus New Member

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    No, everything on mine is smooth and slick. I've never removed my ejector so I don't know how to help you there. Could be a slightly bent ejector that's causing it to stick. Have you tried a little oil?
     
  9. DoyleTheDog

    DoyleTheDog New Member

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    Do what now?
     
  10. Olympus

    Olympus New Member

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    You've never heard of that? I've used a white crayon to fill the dots on rear sights on cheap guns before. Cheap guns usually have cheap dot sights. The dots are either sticky paper and fall out or they turn yellow looking. Shaving a little white crayon off and packing it in the dot on the sight with a toothpick will make a world of difference.

    Not a fan of using it in the engraving, but to each their own.