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340 Club

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by coach22, Nov 18, 2006.

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  1. coach22

    coach22 Member

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    How about a 340 Club? I think we deserve one too.
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  2. scandiumcannon

    scandiumcannon Member

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    Great idea, but....

    All of our hands are too sore from shooting to effectivly operate the keyboard. I'm in, even if I have to type with my toes.
     
  3. mmcbeat

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  4. Sir Aardvark

    Sir Aardvark Member

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    I gotta say....

    the 340 is the pinnacle of the "Concealed-Carry/BUG" type J-frames and, in fact, any other small framed revolver available.

    No one else offers such a reliable, powerful, lightweight package:

    Reliable...............Duh!, it's a revolver, not a jam-o-matic.
    Powerful..............It's a .357 Magnum (what's a little pain, anyways?).
    Lightweight..........It weighs just a bit over 11 ounces.

    I can carry my 340PD all day and practically forget I have it with me.
     
  5. jamz

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    In! :D

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  6. Creatorss

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    I just joined the club today!

    My gun show scores:

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    I am going to order some Crimson Trace grips for it on Monday
     
  7. Tifosi

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    340PD never leave home without it! Got those Crimson Trace LG405 grips (air cushion) on it, what a difference. Who worries about recoil this ain't no damm range gun. Built for a purpose and perfect for it.
     
  8. miko

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    I have a 340. A wonderfull gun. Besides all its other virtues, it actually performs minor miracles.

    For example - before I shot a few 357 rounds out of my 340, I my 3" model 66 seemed a bit too heavy for pocket carry. Not anymore. :D

    I have equipped it with better grip than Bantam - the cut-down combat grip that comes standard with 3" model 60. Should make shooting less paifull - but I am in no particular rush to try. :)

    miko
     
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