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Smith & Wesson M625 45LC Mountain Gun Reviews

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10 Reviews. Average Rating:    4.7 of 5 Stars!
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by Jim V Tuesday 26 January, 2010
Very happy. Fine gun, great price, and no problems with online transaction. Looking forward to purchasing my next "last gun honey, I promise" from Buds.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Eric M Friday 21 November, 2008
I bought my 45 Colt Mountain Gun at a gun show, slightly used. It was in great shape and as soon as I saw what it was I had to have it. I put on my poker face and walked away for over $200 less than the new price. The guy selling it didn't like the cost of ammo, as we all know that weak cowboy action ammo ain't cheap. I reload, so I was tickled pink! I took her home and gave her a thorough inspection, then set about shooting her. I had picked up some ammo to try her out and generate brass. I have fired everything from cowboy loads, loads that simulate standard 230 grain .45 ACP ball ballistically, to medium heavy loads basically 250 grain bullet at about 950 to 1000 FPS. This little gun handles then all, and actually prefers the heavier stuff as it shoots that to point of aim without adjustment. I qualified for my CCW with it, and I would have no qualms carrying this weapon to defend myself or family. If Buds gets any more of these, or any other Mountain Guns, I will be among the first in line to order...a .44 Magnum would be the perfect compliment to my .45 Colt...or maybe a .45 ACP......

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Robert D Wednesday 02 April, 2008
I've always wanted a 4 inch Smith in something other than a burn-your-face-off caliber, and thought 45 Colt was the way to go. After purchasing one, I am more than pleased with mu choice. It handles like a dream with standard loads, but the offerings from Buffalo Bore, Cor-Bon, and Georgia Arms, that are SAAMI-compliant, bring this cartridge to a new level of performance - they kick major butt! NOTE WELL - make sure your gun is can handle max SAAMI loads or you'll be plucking harp strings sooner than you'd like. I particularly like the 225 grain Silvertips from Winchester. Check out (all) the ammo at Georgia Arms; the SAAMI-compliant 45 Colt 200 grain Speer Gold Dot HP in 50 rounds sells for the same price as other brands offering 20 rounds, and it's new ammo (not reloads). What's not to like?

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Joshua Y Wednesday 09 January, 2008
I've had one of these fine revolvers for about 2 years, I too ordered through Buds. This gun is extremely accurate and has plenty of power for just about anything you'd want to hunt with a pistol. has several articles on the Mountain Gun, and it's that and then some. The action is butter smooth and whether you're punching holes in paper or holes in big game, this Mtn. Gun won't let you down. Oh, and yeah it was a bit dirty from the factory, but hey, that's what cleaning is for!

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Robert D Monday 07 January, 2008
I also had been looking for one of these for about a year. Finally got my hands on one and was not disappointed. I agree with the other reviewers that the revolver was pretty dirty coming from the factory as it did but, hey, cleaning your piece is a labor of love, right? I chose this model in 45 LC because I believe this caliber has a lot to offer from just factory loads (not counting handloads). Just make sure you keep your ammo within SAAMI specs!! My favorite load is the Georgia Arms "Deer Stopper;" 200 grain Gold Dot hollowpoint at 1100 FPS. This load is within SAAMI but turns the 45 LC into a real animal! Plus, check the Georgia Arms prices against Buffalo Bore identical ammo: $23.75 for 50 rounds versus $29.99 for 20 - both new with identical ballistics and Gold Dot hollow points. On the milder side, the Winchester 200 grain SXT is top notch. Overall, a great gun!

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by John T Tuesday 30 October, 2007
I also have been looking for one of these for about a year. this is my first on line gun purchase and it couldnt have gone any better. gun as advertised and the service cant be beat.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
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