The Smith and Wesson 317 Kit Gun is a mostly aluminum, lightweight 22 caliber rimfire revolver, meant to be a piece of one’s kit, whether that be a kit for fishing, backpacking, hiking, camping, hunting…. or pretty much any outdoor endeavor. Today I have mine out at the range to do a little bit of shooting and share my thoughts on this revolver.
This is the link for the Model 63 review I mentioned in the video- Smith and Wesson MODEL 63 ~ Stainless Steel Kit Gun


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