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Old 05-23-2015, 10:03 PM
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I ran across the 327PC 2" #170245 at the local gun show and I'm hooked. Being 6'5" tall with long hands this baby fits like a glove. I swore I'd only run 9mm guns so I only have to buy one type of ammo- but the 327PC is changing my mind. My EDC is a Shield9 but I think the 327 May take its place. Only thing stopping me is that nearly $1200 price tag.
Anyone else run one of these super snub 327PC? Any feedback on the 327PC is appreciated.
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Old 05-23-2015, 10:14 PM
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Think of it as a J frame on steroids! Easy to conceal in this IWB holster.




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Old 05-23-2015, 10:16 PM
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I was able to purchase mine for $800 about five years ago. (used)
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I sometimes carry one in the winter in a shoulder holster.
With 8 rounds of 357, I never feel under gunned!



Here it is with a S+W belt holster


Maybe I should have a New York reload holster made for these two!
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I have had mine for 11 years now. So will you enjoy the $1200 more if it is in the bank?



But I have to admit after they came out in 45 Long Colt, the 357 magnum version kind of took a back seat for me. To solve the capacity issue, I went for a NY reload

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Old 05-24-2015, 10:44 AM
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You guys are killing me with these pics- beautiful! Any other recommended holsters? I carry IWB. Next I'll be asking about ammo. When I owned a SP101 back in the day I only fed it .357- none of that weak .38 stuff (unless it's on sale of course!). My carry ammo was always Speer Short Barrel .357
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