Carrying The Mighty J-Frame (Marko Kloos)


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Fred Fuller
December 5, 2010, 05:48 AM
A recent post at munchkinwrangler, I thought this might interest some here who might not see it otherwise.

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http://munchkinwrangler.wordpress.com/2010/12/01/reader-request-week-carrying-the-mighty-j-frame/

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chieftain
December 5, 2010, 07:02 AM
Good stuff.

A couple similar but uniques attributes of the hammerless "J" frame.

One is in colder climes than I normally tolerate the revolver can be carried in the pocket of the jacket or coat and actually have the Bogey 'covered' while interviewing or being challenged before justification to draw has been inflicted.

The second is when under the bed covers or in a sleeping bag a repeating reliable arm maybe necessary. This may not be a great threat to everyone, but it was at one time for me. I also understand many women are attacked in this manner in their beds, in their homes.

Just a couple more unique capabilities that I have relied on, for the ole hammerless "J" frames.

Good choice, and good luck.

Fred

Fred

Snubshooter
December 5, 2010, 09:33 PM
Many are the times that when I approach the ATM my off hand is on my 640 in my jacket pocket. VERY comforting.

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