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Old 11-05-2011, 08:48 PM   #1
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Now this isn't a S&W Bodyguard but rather MY bodyguard.

A S&W model 442 5 shot J frame .38+P wheelie.


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Old 11-05-2011, 09:04 PM   #2
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Nice looking revolver. I bought my wife one of those for Christmas last year and she loves it. Long hard trigger pull, but once you get used to that they are sweet shooting guns. Just don't expect a whole lot of accuracy past about 20 feet. I've considered several times getting another one for myself as a BUG.



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Reduced weight trigger return spring. Safe, easy to install, lightens up the trigger pull considerably. Plus they're cheap. It's still a pretty stiff trigger pull after install, I'm not talking about making it a "hair trigger" gun, it's just much lighter than stock.

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Reduced weight trigger return spring. Safe, easy to install, lightens up the trigger pull considerably. Plus they're cheap. It's still a pretty stiff trigger pull after install, I'm not talking about making it a "hair trigger" gun, it's just much lighter than stock.
I'll look into that. Because that trigger is HARD.
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Now this isn't a S&W Bodyguard but rather MY bodyguard.

A S&W model 442 5 shot J frame .38+P wheelie.
I bought a used one today that has a laser built in and is airweight. It's in mint condition with very low miles. I haven't shot it yet though. I gave 4 bills for it.


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