What's a good cc revolver?

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    Rossi 462, 6 shot, .357 can handle 38spl +P.
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    I'm surprised no one has mentioned the 638 Bodyguard yet. I think I've seen many other responses here to other threads that sing it's praises. I've always gotten nothing but positive responses when discussing CC with others and I say I have a 638 (Usual response: GREAT CC gun!). More power? How about a 640 or 649 or (the one I'm currently lusting over) M&P 340?

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    I carry a S&W Model 629 3" OWB. I have a 642 for pocket carry and a 696 for those times when I have to dress a little better. I'll only be called "Tiny" as a joke and I do dress around my guns.
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    I carry a S&W 442. Love it.
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    I carry the S&W 640. The weight is just fine. Front pocket, mica holster, +P Speer ammo. Take it to the range, shoot 100 rounds +,
    .357 ammo works great. Carry all the time, one speed strip, and a Beretta .380 in the car. Works for me.

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    Pretty much any S&W J frame or a Taurus 85UL....I have and use both.

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    I carry a wheel gun daily in the field while surveying. For a long time I carried a Ruger Security Six, but the blue job really was showing some wear due to daily sweat. It was a great gun, although really too heavy considereing all the other equipment I had to carry all day. I traded it for something else (don't remember) and started carryinig a light weight Charter Arms...only for a short time. I just didn't like it and traded it for an old model Rossi M68 which was very dependable. The Rossi (pre-Taurus) was just o.k., but the last year it was showing signs of rust problems. I got tired of having to rub it down daily to clear the rust specks (due to 100 degree East Texas sweat) and finally broke down and replaced it with a real wheel gun. The S&W 637 has been on my want list for years, but I just could not seem to justify the price of the S&W for just a field gun. After looking at the years I have spent with all the others, I think I would have saved a lot of money by buying quality the first time around.

    I had the trade fodder in hand when I went to the shop, and could have had either the 637 or 642. Either is a great choice, although I just prefer the SA capability for snakes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crzy4guns View Post
    I am going to add another choice to the list. The Charter Arms Bulldog in .44 Special.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fishhunter828 View Post
    what is a good revolver for cc?
    sp 101

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    I also like the Sp101 as a carry gun. It is just heavy enough to shoot magnums accurate but not to heavy to carry for me. It all depends on you I guess.

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    Not sure whether I'll carry it or not, but I just broke down and ordered me a Taurus 617b2. Bud's has them for 319 delivered this weekend and I've wanted one for more than a year now - just couldn't take it anymore!

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