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Old 04-08-2015, 08:58 AM   #101
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I got a Smith and Wesson 38 BG (Body Guard) revolver for the D/W. She didn't think she could hit anything until I turned on the laser. It is also hammerless, so it can be fired from inside a purse and there is no hammer to get hung up on the lining.
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Old 04-08-2015, 10:49 AM   #102
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I keep looking for the 'Like' button on these posts...

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My Sue liked her 38 airweight J-frame until she fired 50 rounds through the Shield.. now the .38 sits... where it sits
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Old 04-09-2015, 03:37 AM   #103
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My DW, since she had her stroke can not rack the slide on a semi so the S&W 638-3 is her carry now.

But her favorite is her S&W 3913. We used it for her range time for her CCL. Since everything is a 5 shot drill, we loaded the mags with 5 rounds and it locked open. She can push the slide release.

On S&W Customer service. Her new 638 after 40 rounds would not reset the trigger. Called Customer Service, they e mailed me a FedEx return label. Shipped, 10 days later it is back with a replaced trigger and timing assy.

If only some other company's could provide service like this.


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Old 04-09-2015, 03:49 AM   #104
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Helen has trouble racking the big frame auto like the .45.The 380 Bersa is just fine. I do not care for revolvers from a safety point of view although I have a couple.
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Old 04-09-2015, 11:57 PM   #105
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[quote]Originally posted by seahunter

If you're pocket-carrying that, I might humbly suggest a pocket holster to avoid the lint problem too...
[/If you are carrying it around in your pants pocket you just might shoot the wrong snake! LOLquote]
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