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Old December 15, 2014, 09:29 PM   #1
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Smith & Wesson 340 PD Short Frame in 9 mm +P

With the latest offering from Ruger Will S&W step up with something trimmer and lighter?
Maybe a package that includes a full moon clip holder that holds 2 or 3 stacked full moon clips?
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Doubt it, unless the Ruger is a runaway sales success.
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