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Model 627 PC Wait

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by roguesam, Dec 12, 2010.

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  1. roguesam

    roguesam Member

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    I've got one "with the ugly zit" on lay away with Bud's Gun Shop. I've already purchased a Simply Rugged pancake holster for it. Been reading anything possible re: ammo choices. With a 90 day lay away, I've been reading anything remotely associated with this piece. Gotta wring out the wallet and just BUY the darn thing!
     
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    I agree. Buy it and be done.
     
  3. Cocked & Locked
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    One of the short ones or another variation?

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    Ammo choices ? barrel length? I'm already jealous.
     
  5. gorenut

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    I'm waiting for one to arrive. A 627 5" PC. I'll probably buy two of those Five Star speed loaders just for backup and to accompany the gun nicely.
     
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    My herd grew this year with the 4/10 re-issue of the 2 5/8" PC627 UDR. Then, I said goodbye to an old friend - a 5" JM PC627 V-Comp - and hello to a second UDR. They joined my now 2.5+ year old 627 Pro.

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    Shooters all - whether stoked with my wimpy 125gr JHP .357M reloads or HD ammo (+P 158gr LHPSWC's). The speedloader/loading base work great - as do the moonclips.

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    Stainz: That is a family you can be proud about. Very nice collection.
     
  8. roguesam

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    It's of the "one of the short ones" variety...
     
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    You're going to like it! I carry mine concealed upon occasion. I can tell its there but its...comforting. ;)

    I've got two cross draw holsters for it and one strong side. My favorite grips on it are rubber Pachmayr Compaqs :eek: made for a S&W K-frame. Next favorite are Spegel boot grips. The ones that come on them look good but the good stops there.

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  10. roguesam

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    Went with a Simply Rugged pancake for CCW. It would be nice to check fit on the holster. Hoping Bud's can get it out before Christmas. Their website indicated controlled insanity for shipping right now.
     
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