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#5529125 - 01/08/15 09:12 PM Revolvers for concealed
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What are the makers and styles of small revolvers. A colored front sight would be nice and also light weight. I don't want a 357

What should I research and play with? This might be a secondary for work so SW and Ruger only.

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#5529137 - 01/08/15 09:19 PM Re: Revolvers for concealed [Re: Brother in-law]
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Strictly for carry I like the air weight. My buddy has one that I carried for a while and they are very light. I never could find one in stock when I wanted to buy one though so I don't have one yet.

Walter

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#5529169 - 01/08/15 09:34 PM Re: Revolvers for concealed [Re: Brother in-law]
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Ruger has the LCR in 9mm and .22 mag.
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#5529202 - 01/08/15 09:46 PM Re: Revolvers for concealed [Re: Brother in-law]
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I bought my wife an S&W 36 that had been ported and tuned at the factory. After I fired it the first time, I didn't want to give it back to her. There's stuff out there that's less expensive, certainly ...
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#5529203 - 01/08/15 09:47 PM Re: Revolvers for concealed [Re: Brother in-law]
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I saw that 9mm, it has perked my interest. 22mag isn't big enough per company policy

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#5529233 - 01/08/15 10:02 PM Re: Revolvers for concealed [Re: Brother in-law]
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I like the the 4 inch S&W 460 for concealed carry.





I kid I kid... I like the 8 3/4 460 for concealed carry, mine has night sights if so desired but I topped it with a Burris FastFire 3. I like IWB carry

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#5529349 - 01/08/15 11:11 PM Re: Revolvers for concealed [Re: Brother in-law]
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The only smith 9mm revolvers I saw on their website wouldn't be easily concealable.
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#5529510 - 01/09/15 07:08 AM Re: Revolvers for concealed [Re: Brother in-law]
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#5529701 - 01/09/15 08:43 AM Re: Revolvers for concealed [Re: Brother in-law]
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I have a Ruger LCR X in 38 special. They make a colored front sight for it-there was an add im the box for a place to order front sight.

They make the regular LCR and the LCR x is the same pistol but hammer is exposed so you can [censored] it-I like the x model and it hasn't posed a problem with snagging on clothing or anything.

Easy to conceal, I can slip it into the front pocket of my jeans.

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#5529795 - 01/09/15 09:23 AM Re: Revolvers for concealed [Re: BigPig]
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Originally Posted By: BigPig
I like the the 4 inch S&W 460 for concealed carry.





I kid I kid... I like the 8 3/4 460 for concealed carry, mine has night sights if so desired but I topped it with a Burris FastFire 3. I like IWB carry




I will never complain about trying to hide my 6" 66 ever again, though I don't think my arms are long enough or my shoulders flexible enough to draw that beast from the that sword scabbard of kydex!

-ww
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#5530006 - 01/09/15 10:41 AM Re: Revolvers for concealed [Re: Wader]
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Originally Posted By: Wader
Originally Posted By: BigPig
I like the the 4 inch S&W 460 for concealed carry.





I kid I kid... I like the 8 3/4 460 for concealed carry, mine has night sights if so desired but I topped it with a Burris FastFire 3. I like IWB carry




I will never complain about trying to hide my 6" 66 ever again, though I don't think my arms are long enough or my shoulders flexible enough to draw that beast from the that sword scabbard of kydex!

-ww


x2!! I feel like my shield 9mm is too bulky sometimes!
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#5530251 - 01/09/15 12:20 PM Re: Revolvers for concealed [Re: Wader]
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Originally Posted By: Wader
Originally Posted By: BigPig
I like the the 4 inch S&W 460 for concealed carry.





I kid I kid... I like the 8 3/4 460 for concealed carry, mine has night sights if so desired but I topped it with a Burris FastFire 3. I like IWB carry




I will never complain about trying to hide my 6" 66 ever again, though I don't think my arms are long enough or my shoulders flexible enough to draw that beast from the that sword scabbard of kydex!

-ww

Good Lord. He carries a cannon. I didn't know anyone made iwb holsters that big. I am jealous of the gun. Don't think I could carry it concealed.
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#5530268 - 01/09/15 12:27 PM Re: Revolvers for concealed [Re: Brother in-law]
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I've got a Ruger LCR 38 Special. Light, hammerless and comfortable grip. It's nice, but you have to get used to shooting it since the grip angle is different than mag fed pistols.
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#5530371 - 01/09/15 01:09 PM Re: Revolvers for concealed [Re: Brother in-law]
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Ruger LCR

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#5530406 - 01/09/15 01:28 PM Re: Revolvers for concealed [Re: Brother in-law]
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who made that holster for your 460
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