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Old 01-20-2017, 08:08 AM
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Nice group of S&W's, what barrel is on the Victory? How does it shoot??? Larry

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Nice group of S&W's, what barrel is on the Victory? How does it shoot??? Larry
The barrel and compensator are Volquartsen. I really enjoy the Victory. It had a couple minor and DIY fixable issues that other a few other Victory owners have also had. New product growing pains. I refer to the takedown bolt loosening issue which I knew about and fixed with a .49 cent O-ring before I ever shot the gun. Also a rare issue but 1 that I had was the ejector tab being just a tad out and not getting good contact with the spent casing. That was a free DIY fix with needle nose pliers.

From there its a great shooter.

Is the barrel a "must have"? No. I do get better groupings with the Volquartsen then I did with a bone stock SW22. But I also have spent far more time with this setup than I did a stock unit. This is my hobby. I don't shoot competitive, just compete against myself. But that said, IMHO the most bang for my buck has been the Tandemkross trigger. I find my trigger finger always finds the sweet spot on it consistently.
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>sigh!< A "S&W family"and only one member has that turny thing in the middle (?!?)(and even THAT one looks more Brazilian somehow)...there goes the neighborhood!
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>sigh!< A "S&W family"and only one member has that turny thing in the middle (?!?)(and even THAT one looks more Brazilian somehow)...there goes the neighborhood!
Its a New Age Family

These things breed like field mice and I haven't hit any limit that cash wont fix. And "turny" thing guns will be there eventually. But I think that a 1911 might be adopted next.
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These things breed like field mice and I haven't hit any limit that cash wont fix. And "turny" thing guns will be there eventually. But I think that a 1911 might be adopted next.
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Just wait, sooner or later, you will end up with an earlier revolver. The seed is planted, your fate is sealed. You are one of us. It is only a matter of time before you develop N-frame lust. Oh, nice guns, good start.
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Just wait, sooner or later, you will end up with an earlier revolver. The seed is planted, your fate is sealed. You are one of us. It is only a matter of time.
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