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Seeking M&P 360 opinions

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by TexasShooter59, Aug 1, 2008.

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  1. TexasShooter59

    TexasShooter59 Member

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    For you folks that have owned an S&W M&P 360 for a while, how do like them?

    Concerns I have...

    1) Carryability

    2) Front sight visibility (I don't have the greatest eyesight nowadays)

    3) Cleaning an exotic metal alloy like the scandium

    4) Practicing with .357 defense loads


    Thanks in advance!
     
  2. dafitch

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    Carries, cleans, and aims just fine.

    I hate to shoot it. It hurts.
     
  3. cpirtle

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    1: The easiest gun I own to carry.

    2: Not as bright as fiber optic but it is a nice big dot, that's for sure.

    3: No different than cleaning an aluminum gun. Just avoid harsh cleaners that are not safe for anodized or nickel finishes.

    4: I LOVE shooting my 360, but you have to enjoy a good wollap and be able to take a beating to shoot more than 40 or 50 regular 357's out of it in a session. I usually run 50 38's followed by 30 full house 357's when I practice.

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  4. Alan Fud

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    Excellent and this is coming from a guy who owns a Colt Pocket Nine, Kel-Tec PF-9, Rohrbaugh R9, Kahr MK9, etc.


    Better than other snubbies ... that dot just seems to fall into place.


    No different from any other alloy and the cylinder is blackened stainless.


    I stick .38 +P's -- they have more kick in that small gun than my .45ACP! I'm going to do more damage with a hit from a .38 than a miss from a .357
     
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