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Old 10-08-2009, 03:52 AM   #11
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Ok,

Since I can move from .38 special all the way up to hot .357 loads, and it has an available crimson trace grip, it seems this S&W is a very good choice for him...

Comments and observations welcome...

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Ok,

Since I can move from .38 special all the way up to hot .357 loads, and it has an available crimson trace grip, it seems this S&W is a very good choice for him...

Comments and observations welcome...
You will be hard pressed to to find a better fit/quality/price. S&W MSRP on this revolver is $1400+.

The CT grips are stone ugly and no where near the comfort or ergonomic utility of the originals.

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You will be hard pressed to to find a better fit/quality/price. S&W MSRP on this revolver is $1400+.

The CT grips are stone ugly and no where near the comfort or ergonomic utility of the originals.

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I hear you, but he is NOT going to practice like you or I do and for his purposes it will work and put the bullet were the dot is. I feel he would be safer with them.

I agree about the grips, those finger grips look fantastic, the CT grips look butt ugly with no finger grooves, duh...
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