Smith & Wesson 625-4
.45 ACP revolver
stainless steel, with 5 inch barrel
Jerry Miculek's World Record 12 Shots In Under 3 Seconds!
original factory hard plastic case
10 full-moon clips (I probably have more laying around, if I find them I'll include them)
tool to remove empty cases from moon clips (it has a name, but I forget what it is)
UPDATE: plus 96 rounds of .45 Auto Rim ammo, 230 grain lead round nose (LRN)
Note that this is a .45 ACP caliber revolver -- the same round as the Model 1911 -- and not the .45 Long Colt (LC). Smith & Wesson does make a .45 LC version of this gun.
"45 CAL MODEL OF 1989" is engraved on the right side of the barrel
Jerry Miculek's 1999 record-breaking performance -- shooting 6 shots, reloading, and shooting another 6 shots in 2.99 seconds -- was done using a Smith & Wesson 625, although I don't know which variant.
Fire eight shots from a revolver on a single target, S&W Model 627 V-Comp revolver, 1.00 seconds
Fire eight shots from a revolver on four targets (2 hits each target), S&W Model 627 V-Comp revolver, 1.06 seconds
Fire six shots, reload, fire six shots from 1 revolver, S&W Model 625 revolver, 2.99 seconds
96 rounds of .45 Auto Rim 230 gr LRN ammo
Trivia: When the United States entered World War I in 1917, there weren't enough Model 1911 .45 ACP pistols, so Smith & Wesson made .45 ACP revolvers for the Army. The S&W Model 1917 .45 ACP revolver was used by Indiana Jones in Raiders of the Lost Ark.
And in response to an inquiry about using this as a hunting gun, here's some info about shooting .45 Super in the 625: