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S&W M60 5RD 357MAG/38SP +P 2.12" Reviews


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15 Reviews. Average Rating:    4.7 of 5 Stars!
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by Ivan Tibor M Monday 23 October, 2017
What can I say? An American classic, an original in stainless steel. The eternal beauty of the design will keep these guns in production forever. My only disagreement is about the rubber grips that spoil the noble lines of the gun\'s design. Each time I buy a model 60 I dress it up with service type imitation ivory grips. That brings out the original beauty of the design. Of course we all have our own taste about guns, I cannot imagine mine with those ugly rubber grips. Thank You, Bud\'s. Great gun, good price.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Jeff E Wednesday 06 September, 2017
Usual 5 star service from Buds, but unfortunately, this S&W suffers from a sticky cylinder that takes a bit of pressure to swing open. Not a lot, you don\'t have to use major force, but it requires a side-press to open. My gunsmith says it might improve with use, but I may send send it back for warranty service.

Rating:     3 of 5 Stars!
by Lee T Wednesday 05 April, 2017
Buds was great.. ordered online with intent on putting on lay away at the Lexington store but I couldn't wait that long and went ahead and paid for it two weeks after putting it on lay away!... the model 60 is a great gun .... absolutely a dream to shoot in single action and shooting357's is not bad either... would recommend Buds and the model 60!!

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by john c Wednesday 29 March, 2017
fit and finish are perfect. very good looking revolver. .38 special ammo is very accurate and comfortable. .357 ammo make this little gem a two handed proposition. i will stick with the .38 special ammo. this revolver is now my carry weapon, i also carry a s&w shield 9mm. i like this s&w 60 better.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Steven A Friday 17 March, 2017
Great carry weapon.Great Balance handles Heavy Loads with light recoil. S&W has improved over the years.I have owned a lot of there Stainless models and I have to say The Finish is well done.Being able to have the option of .38 or .357 is a great advantage. Wheel Guns have always been top shelf with me.I added Crimson Trace LG-405 and been very happy with group results.Happy Shooting

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Raymond H Thursday 23 February, 2017
The size and weight are good for pocket carry (about 28 oz loaded). I first tried some standard 38 spl, 38 spl +p, and 357. The first two cartridge types worked fine at 7 yds. After I ran two loads of the 357, the range officer came down to ask what I was shooting. The flash, and especially the bang, were attention getting. The gun recoil was very pronounced. It took longer to get back on target; compared to the 38 spl rounds. Weeks later, I tried some Buffalo Bore, short barrel ammo. This ammo is supposed to flash less. I do think the flash was reduced. The recoil seemed about the same. Again, another range officer came down to ask what I was shooting. The 357 bang was so loud; I suspect it might put varmints to flight all by itself. I also have the mod 60 w/ a 3 in barrel. For me, there is a marked difference in flash, bang, and accuracy. My shots started to open up at 10 yrds. But, the 3 in was accurate, for me, out to 15 yds. I am going to have to get used to the sound and recoil. I would like to carry the 357, but for now, I am going with the 38 spl. I have a S&W mod 686, w/8 in barrel, in 357. I got it for hunting. The experience of 357 shot from these smaller, lighter revolvers is very very different.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
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