17 thoughts on “The MHI 625 is done”

  1. All I can think, (after having fired my friend’s 454 Casull) wow that is a beautiful gun, and I hope you have strong wrists or care nothing about the cartilage in your elbow. Either way, I would hate to be on the receiving end of that barrel.

    1. This 625 is chambered in .45acp. With full under-lug and Pachmayr grips it’s a breeze to shoot even with full +P+ loads.
      I want a S&W 25 or 625 in .45LC to go with my Winchester ’94 ( JMB goodness). That combo would make a good MHI roll out combo.
      Also want a … Heck, I want a winning lottery ticket.

      1. I’ll second Stretch’s comment- I’m the proud owner of the 625’s older brother- the classic S&W 1917- and it is one of the most pleasent .45’s I’ve ever fired. The recoil is there, but it’s kind of a firm but gentle push.
        I should also note that I’m a big recoil wimp, yet can shoot my 1917 all day.

  2. I shall use my new fave quote horked laboriously from the interwebz: “ZOMG, that is made of WIN and covered in AWESOME-SAUCE!”

    Daddy likey, and daddy wantie!

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