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Smith & Wesson Model 625JM Revolver 45 ACP

625JM, 45ACP, 6, Single/Double, 4" (100 mm), 40.3 oz (1,142 g), 9.38" ( 238 mm), Jerry Miculek Wood, Adjustable Rear, Gold Bead Front, Double Action, Stainless Steel

Smith & Wesson Model 625JM Revolver 45ACP

Champion Series - Jerry Miculek

“Miculek Style” .265” Wide Grooved Speed Trigger
• “Jerry Miculek” Wood Grip
• Gold Bead Patridge Front Sight on an Interchangeable Base
• Low Reflection Bead Blast Finish
• Designed in Collaboration with Jerry Miculek

Jerry Miculek knows a little about ultra-fast performance. His record 12 shots, two loads of six with a reload in between, in under three seconds set the standard for speed shooting.

Smith & Wesson and Jerry Miculek have collaborated to design a revolver to deliver ultra-fast performance - the Model 625 JM. Since the 1850s, Smith & Wesson has supported sport shooting, a part of the American firearm heritage, with new products and activities to keep the challenge alive.

Along with sponsoring a wide variety of shooting sports and events across the country, Smith & Wesson is especially proud to sponsor the successful careers of Doug Koenig, Jerry Miculek and Julie Goloski Golob - three of the world's most legendary shooters as they compete and win with Smith & Wesson firearms.

Current Firearms Licence Required with "B" Endorsement


Firearm Brand:
Smith & Wesson
  • 45ACP
Magazine Capacity:
Action Type:
Barrel Length:
4" (100 mm)
40.3 oz (1,142 g)
Overall Length:
9.38" ( 238 mm)
Jerry Miculek Wood
Safety Type:
Adjustable Rear, Gold Bead Front
Double Action
Stainless Steel

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