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Old 12-19-2009, 03:43 PM   #11
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We don't own one but we do have the M&P 360. It is my gf's CH and she keeps it loaded with +P's......way too uncomfortable with .357's.

All S&W revolvers are top-notch in our experiences and we own the 360 along with a 586 and accompanied by a 629.
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Old 12-19-2009, 03:58 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by ninjatoth View Post
Anyone own this gun or have any experience with it?I have had my eye on one for almost a year,and I can't stop thinking about it.There are new ones at our local shop for $440.What do you think,should I buy one?
I hear good things about the S&W's but have never owned one. I own the Ruger SP101 in .357 and I love it. It shoots to POA even with the fixed sights.
I normally shoot full .357 mags or 38+P and cant tell much difference in the recoil.
The cost is about the same as the S&W too. I wear a lot of the painter type pants with the ruler pocket on the pants leg. It will drop right in the ruler pocket for those times I dont want to wear the holster or have my shirt tail hanging out.
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