LuckyGunner |Chris Baker: A Guide to Smith & Wesson .38 Special & .357 Magnum Revolvers


The article is from 2015, and it is one of the best, and authoritative sources for the Smith & Wesson revolver series in calibers .38 Special and .357 Magnum.

I happen to love revolvers, and Smith & Wessons are right at the very top of the list. Yes, I do have custom work done to improve the revolver performance. Throating, Competition Cylinder Hand, Action Hone (try not to mess with trigger weights too much, because primers need solid hits to go bang, instead of “click”).

With revolvers, a bit more dexterity is the order of the day, because if you train as police train, loading, firing, and unloading, are completely different from the civilian plinkers. If I can see how a person handles a revolver in about ten seconds to one minute, I can tell their skill levels and what performance downrange will be produced by them. Many deride…

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