New BUG-S&W 325

New BUG-S&W 325

This is a discussion on New BUG-S&W 325 within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Got me a 325 Night guard.Chose that model to keep the calibers simple (.45 acp).Weighs alot less than my TRP,i just carry it forward-cant behind ...

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    New BUG-S&W 325

    Got me a 325 Night guard.Chose that model to keep the calibers simple (.45 acp).Weighs alot less than my TRP,i just carry it forward-cant behind the TRP at about 4:30.Have not shot it yet,but its on me right now.Feels really good.
    Now i need a new gun belt,mine is sagging just a tiny bit.


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    Sweet... i have been looking at quite a few revolvers lately, and would love to have a 45acp revolver in my collection... great buy, but how bout some pics please... i have noticed S&W's web site sucks, and is often down or very very slow. Bunker

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    I like mine a lot; I was pleasantly surprised at how accurate one can be with the Big Dot front sight.

    One word of advice, though: Moonsetter. Your fingers will thank you.

    Just get a short (4" or so) piece of 3/8" dowel to remove your empties.
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    I want my next gun purchase to be a .45 acp. I'm still torn which one but a revo is still on the short list. I would love to see a pic...
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    I need to start doing this every time i make a post.

    My computer has no hookup for inputting pictures.The monitor,the big box beside the desk,.nothing.

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    It may be light but I could not carry that gun and a TRP on my belt. That is just way too much for me. Good for you that you can. Given your preference for .500 magnums and the like I am sure it is not a big deal for you though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Glocksin View Post
    I need to start doing this every time i make a post.

    My computer has no hookup for inputting pictures.The monitor,the big box beside the desk,.nothing.
    Well, then, here's a picture of mine for you...

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    Wouldn't it be more comfortable (balanced) to carry it on your off side? That's a lot of iron on one side of your body.
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    Brownell's makes a "Moon Clip Stripper" thats pretty simple, about
    the size of a screwdriver and very convenient to use. I have them for .45, 10mm, and 9mm.

    One hint to make practice easier is to grind away a bit of the moon clips so the rims snap in and out easier. I mark those moonclips with paint so I don't use them for carry, just practice. Saves time at the range if you can empty them with just your fingers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 10thmtn View Post
    Wouldn't it be more comfortable (balanced) to carry it on your off side? That's a lot of iron on one side of your body.
    I am trying that out now that i have some cargo pants (dont know why i never bought these before).I have extra pockets for flashlights,knives and things.The left side of my belt is usually too full,but im trying to change stuff around.Ill keep yall updated when i get a chance to shoot it.

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    Tried carrying in my front pocket earlier,now its in the thigh pocket of my pants.Barely fits,anyone recommend me a good pocket holster?

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    A pocket holster...for an N-frame?
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    Waaay too big for a pocket. If you tried to run with it in a cargo pocket, it would probably beat your leg to death!

    Try off-side on your belt. That would allow off-side access, and balance the pistol on your other side. Maybe some suspenders too...

    By the way...what does that Big Horn .50 carbine do that couldn't be done by a shotgun firing slugs? Seems awfully expensive compared to a shotty. Does it have better range than a slugger? As you said in your tagline - why?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cuda66 View Post
    A pocket holster...for an N-frame?
    But I have found that IWB/SOB works perfectly.
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    I agree with IWB; I have one that I like quite a bit.

    A pocket holster, however...that would have to be a pretty big pocket.
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