32 S&W Long
32 H&R Magnum
327 Federal Magnum
I have a few J frame S&W revolvers with 3" barrels.
Here are a couple with square butts which I like:
Top is a 36-1, middle is a 37-0, and the...
I found my P238 to be the easiest gun to shoot accurately of any gun I've tried.
Good sights, small, nice SA trigger and comes with nice night...
Here is an unusual L frame.
242TI. Seven shot 38+p with Titanium cylinder.
Of the currently available new 32 revolvers, the best choice for concealed carry in (IMO) is the LCR 327.
I have one and carry it with the 327...
I use Tuff strips. My main carry gun is a S&W 431 in 32 Mag.
Tuff makes an 8 round 32 caliber strip, and that's what I carry -- these days I...
I have a Smith 3913 Ladysmith.
Great 9mm pistol
I have a S&W 431pd and it shoots 32 long about 3" low at 7 yards. But it's right on with 32 h&r.
Try the 100 gr 32 h&r.
The op was asking about the M&P 340.
I have a 340pd with a Titanium cylinder. Don't have the slightly heavier M&P.
I plan to carry my 340pd with...
I also carry an LCR 327 sometimes.
I've been carrying the 85 gr Hydra Shok 327 Federal round. A little easier to shoot than the 327 Gold Dot....
Now you have heard of someone using Critical Defense in 32 h&r mag -- me..
I carry it daily in my S&W 431PD.
I haven't found the 327 version in...
It depends on the bear.
An LCP would work fine on a Koala.
3913 any version. First choice, 3913nl.
I have an LCR 9mm.
I wouldn't want a lighter revolver than the LCR in 9mm for a couple reasons:
1) The LCR recoil is painful enough. More...
I marked "other",
My favorite in the 340PD.
It gives the option of 357 Mag as well as 38sp.
And it's lighter than the 642/442.
Also nicer sights.
Not bad. Controlable, but I wouldn't want to shoot more than a few cylinders at a time.
The 357 short barrel gold dot is fairly mild for a...
I carry 357 magnum some times.
In the LCR 357 below.
Use the Speer Gold Dot 357 mag 135 gr short barrel load.
I ran across a S&W 650 a couple years ago in the consignment cabinet at a LGS.
Price was right, so I picked it up.
I like it, but haven't...
Here are a couple:
Why not Glock 26 and 27?
I think some LEOs carry these smaller Glocks -- at least higher ranking officers (e.g. Lieutenants, Captains).
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