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Old 08-28-2012, 12:28 AM   #21
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My wife has the SP101 in .357 and loves it. I like it a lot too. Shoots great and pretty accurate for a smaller short barrel revolver. We had a trigger job done to make it easier for my wife to shoot it. Didn't have to do that but it did reduce the pull to about 4 pounds if I remember correctly.

This gun generally goes with her in the car. I guess we'd call it a travel gun vs. an actual carry gun.
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It's kinda of odd. Every revolver I've ever had either kicked ass or sucked. Where plenty of autos have given me the "meh" feeling, that doesn't happen with revolvers & I.
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I'd trust it more in a fight than my 1911 & that's saying quite a lot!
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I'd trust it more in a fight than my 1911 & that's saying quite a lot!
Well with a revolver, there is no fail to eject or fail to feed. And if your round happens to be a "dud", you can just pull the trigger again. That's why I love revolvers.
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Well with a revolver, there is no fail to eject or fail to feed. And if your round happens to be a "dud", you can just pull the trigger again. That's why I love revolvers.
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Well with a revolver, there is no fail to eject or fail to feed. And if your round happens to be a "dud", you can just pull the trigger again. That's why I love revolvers.
Amen to that Bro. I carry a semi most of the time, but I sleep with my SP101.
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Amen to that Bro. I carry a semi most of the time, but I sleep with my SP101.
Another plus is that since a revolver doesn't drop the round, you don't have to worry about prints on the shells. That can come in handy...lol
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