My new carry gun

My new carry gun

This is a discussion on My new carry gun within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I was just wanting to share with you all my new to me carry gun a S&W 640 that has been customized by Gemini customs,the ...

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    My new carry gun

    I was just wanting to share with you all my new to me carry gun a S&W 640 that has been customized by Gemini customs,the trigger on this thing is sweet. I carry it in a kramer pocket holster and its loaded with Remington .357 golden sabers and it is more accurate then my other snubbies. Let me know what you guys think of it.

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    Nice... If you decide you are not pleased with it, just pass it along to me.

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    You just got what I plan on being my next purchase! Post a range report when you can!! Enjoy!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1911luver View Post
    I was just wanting to share with you all my new to me carry gun a S&W 640 that has been customized by Gemini customs,the trigger on this thing is sweet. I carry it in a kramer pocket holster and its loaded with Remington .357 golden sabers and it is more accurate then my other snubbies. Let me know what you guys think of it.

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    Nice! Congrats and enjoy.
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    640's a great gun! What did you have Gemini do?

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    I think its awesome!!! Congrats. I'm favoring revolvers more and more, especially snubs. With a bit of practice, accuracy is no problem.
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    Hi I bought the gun used I called Gemini customs and mark said they did some action tuning,bead blasted the finish and crowned te barrel.

    It's a sweet shooting gun and scary accurate for a a snubbie. Even with .357's it's controllable. And surprisingly enough it's not that much more difficult to pocket carry then an airweight,but the shootabilty is a lot better.
    Snub nose revolvers,the original concealed carry guns.

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    Congrats on the new snubbie!!! That's Sweeeet...
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    Nice!! I regret selling my snubby.
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