So I was at one of my local gun ranges on Friday, and a revolver caught my eye. It was a S&W 642, custom tuned with ported barrel and black finish, .38 SP. I asked one of the knowledgeable associates there if he thought it would make a good concealed carry gun for my wife, instead of a Springfield XD9. He said absolutely. It's simpler, less to go wrong, less things to snag, no slide that needs space to snap back, no magazines to jam, and it's light enough to not notice. So, I take my wife there today and she likes it. Grips are good, and the gun doesn't way too much. Too bad she can't shoot it for another 7 months, as she's pregnant (lead poisoning...). I never thought I'd buy a revolver, but I like this one, so much, that I think I want to buy a similar one to carry myself in my pocket. I purchased a Galco pocket holster for it, and I stuck it in my pocket as soon as I got home. It's so light that I FORGOT that I was carrying a gun with me after 30 minutes... which reminds me, that's a gun in my pocket and not a wallet. SO, what "extras" do I need for my S&W 642? I already purchased Hornady self-defense rounds, P and +P, as well as a Galco leather pocket holster.