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Old 02-10-2010, 02:24 PM   #31
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What's to protect???

It's a DAO revolver.

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It's a 10#+ trigger. What's to worry about?? Not being able to pull it when needed??
Well the fact that I'm about 230#s over that trigger pull, I carry at 3 O'clock and things like the seat belt reciever in my truck, I have an active job and carry during late hours. I have bumped/hung up my Glock many times and was glad the holster shrouded the trigger. Was just wondering if there was something I was missing with the clip draw. Guess its just not for me. The LCR is for me thanks for the reviews.
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I've been looking, trying to decide on the revolver that'd suit me. And as 753X0 say's he likes the .45 acp, I found that to be true in my case also. S&W makes the Model 22 that is really drawing my attention and I believe that will be my pick of the lot when all is said and done. Until then, I'm still looking.

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Oh yea, the clip-draw;

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Anybody know if they carry a left handed clip?
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I have been thinking about it for my eventual carry gun. Is it hard to find .45 Auto Rim, or do you use clips?

EDIT: Just looked at the specs. 6 rounds of .45? That's going to be a very wide handgun. Do you carry IWB?
Or, you can up the anty and get some real muscle.

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I'll second that motion.
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