New Smith&Wesson

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    New Smith&Wesson

    I went to the local toy store on Friday and I could'nt resist the pull of a new Smith&Wesson 327 night guard. It carries 8 rnds of 357 Mag and is based of the N frame.I also picked up a Galco high ride OWB holster that fits great. Now to get to the range tomorrow I'm afraid my 442 and Walther P99 will have to compete for carry time now
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    GOOD LUCK WITH THAT NEW REVOLVER AIRBORNE!! Tell us if you have any issues with the "lawyer lock" !!
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    Awesome. She's a beauty.
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    Yes, very nice. I'm jealous.
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    LIKE IT. Cannot beat eight rounds of .357mag.
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    A serious tool for a serious task...
    Congrats on a great choice in firearms!

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    Real nice wheel gun. 8 rounds of .357 makes it even nicer. Congrats.
    Shoot it in good health.

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    Very nice!! I look forward to hearing how it shoots.
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    A friend of mine just got one of those too. Its a sweet shooter. I'm sure you will enjoy yours!
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    oooh, had to be love at first sight.
    thats what i currently feel for the M&P R8, 5" 327 model, .357 Magnum 8 shot revolver , its just a little big for carry i think - the 5" that is..........

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    That's really nice looking... congratulations!
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    That's a beautiful gun. Congratulations!!
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    Very nice!
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    Wow, that is one ominous looking piece! Unfortunately, it would be a bit much for my smaller physical frame. Still, it’s a real beauty and I truly understand why you had to bring it home.

    I noticed a post regarding the built-in safety lock as my 642-P has that too. I haven’t experienced any issues with it, and I’m interested in knowing if others have.
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    A great gun except for the lock.
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