Category: Hand Guns
History about Smith & Wesson Model 25-2 Gun and some Facts, Smith & Wesson Model 25-2 Gun is a six-cartridge pistol, manufactured by an American-based firearm manufacturing business called the Smith & Wesson. The business started manufacturing of this pistol model in 1954, and the right side of the barrel is imprinted with the expression "Cal 45 Model 1955”. This model pistol was manufactured for the use of the United States army.
Design of the pistol
The Smith & Wesson Model 25-2 Gun is designed with both single action and double action, with .45 Automatic Colt Pistol caliber. It is designed with a barrel length of 6 1/2 inches, and it has a N-frame with a bright blue finish. The pistol comes with a firm grip and the hammer is imprinted with three T’s that denotes Target hammer, Target trigger and Target grips. The pistol Model 25-2 Gun is the manual ejector model of 1955, which is the consequence of attaching a heavier barrel to the manual ejector model of 1950. The Model 25-2 Gun is what the manufacturer called by the manual ejector form of the year 1955, naming started in 1957. This Model 25-2 Gun pistol is to designate an alteration to the left hand ejector rod threads. This revolver has virtually been exclusively 45 AR or Automatic Colt Pistol.
Working principle of Model M 28 gun
Attributable to the borderless cover, in fact, for pistols designed with .45 Automatic Colt Pistol cartridge, such as Smith & Wesson Model 25-2 pistol, which was battlement with the so-called discharging of the delivered charging clips have the purpose to permit sleeves in spite of the lack of the border. Due to the rimless .45-cover, the driver of the revolving drum of the pistol would not engage practically "take into the void". The pistol has a deduction of the single action or double action that allows the explosion both by biasing the valve with minimum pressure in case of a single action trigger and with maximum force in the case of the double action trigger. Each cocking of the hammer is done by single action or dragging the trigger by double action to revolve the drum through a transport grip to a bearing magazine.
Cylinder throats on the Smith & Wesson Model 25-2 pistol are inclined to operate on the large side. For the best accuracy, it is better to reload lead bullets ranging in size from 0.454 inches to 0.456 inches instead of the normal bullets between the sizes 0.451 inches and 0.452 inches.
Variants of Model 25-2 pistol
The Smith & Wesson Model 25-2 pistol comes in five different variants with different barrel lengths, such as 213 mm, 165 mm, 152 mm, 127 mm and 102 mm. However, the M 25-2 model with the barrel length of 165 mm was available only during the first two years of manufacturing of this pistol model.
As far as the frame size of the Smith & Wesson Model 25-2 pistol is concerned, the pistol comes with different sizes of frames, such as I, J, K, L, M, N and X, with round butt or square butt. However, these frame sizes of this pistol model is not the uniform internationally. However, currently, the business has stopped manufacturing of Model 25-2 pistol with the I and M frame sizes.