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Old 04-15-2013, 07:11 PM
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I went by the pawn shop today to make a payment on my 66-3 that I have on layaway. I always have to look around and see what he has gotten in. He has a 620 that has been catching my eye. Somebody has put tiny wood grips on it which I hate but that is an easy fix. I had him pull it out so I could inspect it. Big mistake on my part I fell in love with it. The trigger pull was smooth and it locked up tight. I really like the half underlug barrel. I swore to myself I was not going to buy anymore guns until I save up and buy a 610 or a 627 whichever I buy find a deal on first but now this 620 is calling my name begging me to bring it home. If it hangs around I don't know if I can resist. If it wasn't out of production it would be easier to resist. I might have to seek professional help for my growing addiction to Smith and Wesson revolvers. My list keeps growing.
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The two piece barrel on the 620 would be a deal breaker for me. I don't know which 627 you're waiting for, but if it's a 627-0, your patience will be rewarded. Good luck.
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The two piece barrel on the 620 would be a deal breaker for me. I don't know which 627 you're waiting for, but if it's a 627-0, your patience will be rewarded. Good luck.
The 2 piece barrel doesn't bother me I've read reviews and it is a very accurate gun. I'm not crazy about the lock but that's an easy fix.
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