I see many of the smallish semi-auto deals for women being directed toward revolvers. I can agree in some cases, though revolvers might be louder on the ears, leading to less desire for range time (a bad thing).
Regardless of my take on this, I present the RI .38 special, at a price point that even if she doesn't like it, its economical enough to throw in the tackle box and call it a day.
Do you have to buy a .357 in order to shoot both .38 & .357?
posted: Oct. 16, 2012 @ 10:40a
BlurryEyed said: Do you have to buy a .357 in order to shoot both .38 & .357?Yes, you'll need a 357 Magnum to shoot both.
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posted: Oct. 16, 2012 @ 1:27p
I would make a suggestion for the Tarus CIA model 85. The fit feel and shaved hammer make for a nice package and it is maybe $20 or $30 more. If you planned on carying this one you would have to deal with the hammer getting caught places also the shorter barrel makes taking it out quicker/easier however the accuracy would not be a great.
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posted: Oct. 16, 2012 @ 1:28p
Wish it was snub, would definitely go for it.
posted: Oct. 16, 2012 @ 2:26p
cantstop said: Think this can handle +P ammo? Armscor says it can but not to practice with it.
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posted: Oct. 16, 2012 @ 3:13p
Logan71 said: Regardless of my take on this, I present the RI .38 special, at a price point that even if she doesn't like it, its economical enough to throw in the tackle box and call it a day.
In case you land a 900lb shark? Or if there's a shootout at the bluegill pond?
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