Yesterday I did a little deal and bought a 625-2. I got it home, cleaned it and put it up for the night. This afternoon I made a little trip into town to visit a hospitalized church member. While driving home I was overwhelmed by the idea that I needed to go to Wal-Mart. There they had (Yes! In stock!) Winchester 230 gr. FMJ. Yesterday the gun store owner offered to sell me one box for $29.00/50 rds. Today I was able to buy almost twice as much ammo for just a little bit more money. I bought what I could and headed back to the house to do some office work. Then the thought occurred to me to go out to a church members farm and run a few rounds through the 625 to see how it shoots. I took a worn out harrow blade, painted it white and stood it up with a scrap wheel hub and a short piece of rainroad track to keep it standing up when hit. Since I am not a great pistol shot, I stepped off 15 long steps and made a mark so that all my shooting would be from the same distance. Since I am 6'3" tall, I figured my distance was at least 15 yards... maybe a little more. My first short was perfectly centered over the top of the axle hole on the harrow blade. Two out of six rounds missed or so I thought. But when I checked the harrow blade, I found two rounds had gone through the axle hole and hit the wheel hub. Firing six shot groups I could easily keep all my groups at 2-2.5 inches. Firing double-action I got a nice six shot group of 2.0 inches. With my last 10 rounds, I fired a group measuring bearly over 2.5 inches. This may or may not sound good to more experienced pistol shooters. But I am thrilled with these results. I did not have any trouble picking the spent casings out of the cylinder with my finger nail. One or two times I needed a little help and used a handy fence staple to lift the casing up for removal. I have never had a revolver that shot so exactly and precisely to point of aim. There is no need to adjust anything on this 625. It is perfectly zeroed with 230 FMJ ammo. If they still have it, I'm going to buy a box of the Winchester 230 JHP ammo which is priced at $28/50 rds. Who knows... me and Mr. 625 may just end up doing a little hog hunting! I know that just as soon as I can come up with the money, I'm going to be reloading for this revolver! I couldn't be more pleased with it! It is easily one of the most accurate, best shooting handguns I've ever owned. I believe it would give everyone a real run for their money if I were still shooting some of the double-action type shooting that used to be so common. What a wonderful way to spend some time on a bright, sunny Summer afternoon! Sincerely. bruce.