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


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14 Reviews. Average Rating:    4.7 of 5 Stars!
5 stars:
79% (11 of 14)
4 stars:
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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!
by Bill L Friday 23 December, 2016
Love this S&W 60 As I am getting older (75) working a Sig 236 is hard on my old hands. Dealing with BUDS was very easy no problem ! Best prices and No sales tax ! God Bless America Bill Lenk Dallas TX

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
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