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So I got a j frame

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    Nice pick up, I hope to get one some day. I love shooting the one my brother has.

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    Hard to go wrong with a J frame
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    Everybody needs a J frame-----seriously!

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    Excellent choice! I prefer oversize grips on my J frames, but that's just me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by multistage View Post
    I was kinda holding out for a 442 no lock, but there were none at the show today.

    However, they did have several 642 no locks. So I bought one. Couldn't argue with a no lock for 352 bucks.

    Just punched the bore and cylinders. Will take it for a test drive tonight.

    Here is the review in advance: it's a j frame, it shot good, handled fine, etc. It is snappy, the sights suck, but is a fine pocket gun.

    I'll get some decent grips on it for show and tell, and then post some pics.
    Yes indeed that mini-review describes an airweight J-frame. Congratulations.

    If you put a Crimson Trace laser (in the grips) you suddenly have an infinite sight radius and the miserable nearly-invisible "'U' and post" sights no longer matter.

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    J-frames put the "J" in JJJUUST RIGHT! When it's gotta' be small, it's gotta' be with me & it's gotta' go bang...every SINGLE time. Well Done!
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Size:  13.4 KB 640 no dash bought used about 10-12 years ago...used to be a daily carry...but I've been working in the ROK for 3 years now...
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