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Old 03-24-2018, 07:59 PM
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Iíve been carrying a Model 36 no-dash that I bought in pristine and likely unfired condition as an EDC. With warmer weather coming, I decided to pick up a new 442 for EDC and pocket carry. I bought the Pro Series as I really like the trigger as it is similar to my Model 36.


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Old 03-24-2018, 08:15 PM
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Excellent choice for a pocket gun!
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The 442 has been my favorite pocket gun for years. These are my carry guns. The 442 with Uncle Mikes Boot Grip is the pocket gun. I pick one of the others for the waistband.
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My 442 no dash was the first airweight J Frame I ever bought. Still have it! Pretty quickly after I brought it home, and after a range session at which my wife was present and fired it, she claimed it as hers. So I couldn't have gotten rid of it if I wanted to! But I've never wanted to get rid of it. I love the Centennial style revolvers, and this one has been a dandy. It shoots easy and well. My wife loves it. I also have a steel framed 640-1which I belt carry a lot and an abused 642 that I bought because I got it for cheap from an LGS display where it stuck out like a sore thumb. It was good mechanically, and I sure don't have to worry much about messing it up finish wise. With it, I have another lightweight for the times when I might elect to carry one. I'd say you did good, Sir!
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Congratulations swkohnle08, that 442 will make you a great pocket gun!
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