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Old 05-15-2018, 07:17 PM
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My two 627 Revolvers. I appendix carry the V-Comp and ankle carry the snubby.

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What holster are you using for the v-comp?
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I have a Diamond D custom leather for the V-Comp. And no, I don't carry it AIWB. That was called humor.
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UPDATE:

OK, I had my first serious range session with the 627 V-Comp and ... awesome handgun. The extra weight and the compensator does make it crazy easy to shoot and it is shocking, frankly, how much more comfortable and controllable the.357 is with it. The 2.5" snubby is also as much fun because...snubby. I loaded them both up and let loose with a volley of 16 rounds of .357. The guy in the combat pit next to me came over and he had a big smile on his face and said, "What the hell are you shooting today?" I showed them. Turns out he had his Ruger .357 in action on his pit and we enjoyed trying out each other's handguns. He begrudgingly admitted that the 627 V-Comp was better than his Ruger.

My job is done.



Seriously ... loads of fun. I'm not a reloader but I'm saving all my .357 brass. When I have 500 cases, I'll post them for sale.
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Ankle carrying an N-Frame?! You must have pretty big ankles!!!!
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