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  1. #21
    S & W 640, CT grips

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  3. Wife and her 442

    When my wife got her self-defence weapon, the 442 was the way to go from the start. She absolutely loves it and is a fantastic shot with it. Pity the fool who tries to mess with her! She loves to go to the range and is the envy of all the guys who wish they could be that accurate with a snubbie. Lovce that revolver.

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    I Have Had a 649 Stainless Body Guard for somewhere around 20 + Years(?) I've Carried it Almost Daily , Certainly Weekly...in Four Countries.
    Mostly in an Ankle Holster or ISWB Tucked at 1 0'Clock Position or Cargo Pants Pocket.
    The Gun has Been Back to Smith & Wesson twice to be reconditioned after too many +P Rounds. The first time was at the 250 Round mark it was just a little sloppy... They tightened it Up, NO CHARGE!! The Second, was another 300+ Rounds and the Cylinder was very Loose...Because of +P "FBI LOAD" .... There is No telling How many WadCutters, Or Target Ammo is Thru The Gun....
    I would VERY Much Like to get a 638 Air-Weight as it would be Lighter in my Pocket...(Duh) But I Always Seem to Find something else to spend $500.00 on....

    Stay Safe.. Captain

  5. #24
    S&W 360PD w/ CT grips. Small, light, powerful, dependable. IMO - a perfect carry weapon.

  6. #25
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    Any of the Airweights or Airlite Ti's with a shrounded or internal hammer. I also have a little "woods gun" that is a Model 360 Airlite Titanium in .357 mag with a 3" Barrel and Hi-Viz Sights. They no longer make it, but it's super lite for a hiker or just walking the woods in short and t-shirt weather.
    There's Something Goin' On Here, and it Ain't Funny!!!

  7. #26
    I have a S&W model 60 stainless chief that I bought in 1979. I don't carry it much now but it has seen lots of service through the years. Great gun and never one problem.

  8. #27
    Like many of the rest of you for concealed carry I would rather have the revolver hammerless. It works so much better in a pocket without the hammer and for close range defence I find very little use for single action.
    By faith Noah,being warned of God of things not seen as yet, moved with fear,prepared an ark to the saving of his house;by the which he condemned the world,and became heir of the righteousness which is by faith Heb.11:7

  9. #28
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    Quote Originally Posted by doming83 View Post
    i have a sw 637 thier nothing like being able to shoot single action. just put your thumb on the hammer when you draw your gun, and it will never snag. I had a thaurus 651, and my brother had a body gaurd. I alway missed the hammer.
    You betcha, there's nothing like being able to shoot single action. And like they say" it's not what you got, it's how you use it". Some just don't know how to use it proficiently.
    But even if we or an angel from heaven should preach to you a gospel that is different from the one we preached to you, may he be condemned to HELL!
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  10. #29
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    My favorite. S&W M 60

    But even if we or an angel from heaven should preach to you a gospel that is different from the one we preached to you, may he be condemned to HELL!
    (Galatians 1:8)

  11. #30
    I liike the Model 60. Of course since I have one I am prejudiced!

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