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Smith & Wesson 625JM .45acp 4" Stainless AS 
by Ed M
Date Added: Sunday 01 August, 2010
S&W 625 JM (4"barrel) is a very good, well balanced (considering large N frame & big caliber) revolver and the real "Sportsman's War Horse." Unfortunately, as factory made gun, it needs a lot of custom fixes to uncover it's full potential. New spring kit and action job is a Must. Get ready to spend $200-300 on parts & labor for a gunsmith; if you want to make it shoot accurately, and run the trigger nice and smooth. I had one potentially bad issue on my revolver that soared the eye and spoiled the score on the target. Barrel breech face was badly machined with a file (wavy profile, rough surface) and was not square to the cylinder face (gap: one side 0.005 another side 0.010). I’m sending my revolver to a custom gunsmith anyway. Overall it gets 4 out of 5.