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S and W model 325 .45 cal revolver

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by granthog, Apr 1, 2011.

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  1. granthog

    granthog Member

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    Has anyone seen or shot a model 325 revolver, is it hard to carry ? I like a revolver for dependability, etc...yea,, I am an old guy.....OLD GUYS RULE

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  2. 451 Detonics

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    I carry a 325PD most of the time, worn strong side in a Don Hume J.I.T. holster. Very comfortable and never a problem to conceal for me. I use 45 AR in speed strips for reloads.

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  3. fmcdave

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    I'm not a fan of snub-nosed revolvers as I can't shoot them well...obviously my problem as other folks do quite well. I have a 325pd with a 4 inch barrel. I carry it in a Kramer IWB holster that rides high. Here is a target shot at 7 yards (1/2 size silhouette) double action. I have been very impressed with the trigger pull and accuracy. This one has a Titanium Cylinder and weighs 28oz loaded, but I don't have a problem with the recoil.

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  4. Scipio Africanus

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    I have a 325TR, it is more accurate than I am, light (30-oz range) and therefore easy to carry, has good sights, and thus far, has been as dependable as a mechanical device can be. The trigger is excellent. I carry it often in a Simply Rugged pancake holster and find it a very comforting tool.
     
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  5. Chuck Perry

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    I had the night guard model. I found the recoil to be objectional otherwise it was a very nice revolver

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