Smith & Wesson® 637 Airweight® Revolver

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.38 Special

Stainless Steel

Synthetic Black

Barrel Length:
1.87"

Round Capacity:
5

Hand:
Right

Gun Weight:
15 oz.
Built on Smith & Wesson's popular J-Frame, the Smith & Wesson 637 Airweight .38 Special Revolver delivers the punch of a .38 Special from a lightweight 15 oz. revolver (unloaded). The original aluminum, small frame revolver design, the Model 637 Airweight gives you Smith & Wesson performance in an easy carrying, lightweight revolver.  Stainless steel cylinder and aluminum alloy frame. Non-reflective matte silver finish for discrete personal carry. Integral front sight. Synthetic grip.
Smith & Wesson® 637 Airweight® Revolver 4.5 5 2 2
Light and Powerful Purchased this gun for my wife as he can not pull the slide back on our HK and HiPower 9mm pistols. Very lingt and well made and amazingly accurae for such a short barrel. What really surprised was the kick. You get to feel the full force of those .38 Spl. cartridges. Way way more than with the mild, heavier semi-automatics. Just got to get used to it, I guess. Will look into some Hogue grips, maybe providing and offering a little bit more padding. I am satisfied. One last comment; Wish I could find a "speed loader" that worked well without having to shave or modify the stock grips slightly, to make room for a more "straight in" cartridge insertion (without a lot of jiggling). February 3, 2012
Great gun Fun to shoot, reliable and accurate. I have a big hand and not a problem. I find the kick very mild and the trigger even on double action is great. Alsogreat for women that might have problems working the slide of a semi-auto pistol. Great for concealment. December 16, 2011
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Yes, but you won't want to often. Standard .38 defensive rounds are good with this handgun. +P is punishing in this gun.
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The manual says not to use it.
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