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S & W 340PD .357 snub

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by kthomk, Nov 5, 2007.

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  1. kthomk

    kthomk Member

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    Picked up a 340PD that was shot very little. Got it for $525 How did I do?? I have never had a revolver with the trigger lock. Anyone have any bad experiences with this?? Can the lock shift off the detent during firing?? I would hope not but you never know!
     
  2. DAdams

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    kthomk

    Come on over to the 340 Club Thread. $525 sounds decent. You can always check Guns America for NIB prices for comparison. A new M&P 340 is about $650-699. Yours ranges NIB from $683-708 from Buds currently, plus shipping and transfer fee. Nice S&w for certain. Great carry piece at 12 ounces. Load it up with some SGD 135 gr +P or .357 135 for short barrel, put it in a Mika Pocket holster and you are in like flint.
    Buffalo Bore make some nice rounds for snubs also.

    http://www.frontiernet.net/~akim/

    http://www.budsgunshop.com/catalog/index.php/cPath/72
     
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    Bought mine two weeks ago. Once I get a set of Crimson Trace grips on it it will be my new always carry BUG.
     
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    Once you shoot it, you will understand why... :D

    miko
     
  5. simpleguy

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    Good deal. I would agree with getting the Crimson Trace grips. I would be buying sub sonic .38's to practice with and carry it with the .357's.....that thing is scandium right? I have a Taurus model 85 .38 with a steel frame and it moves around a bit. I can't even imagine being curious as to what it would shoot like with full .357 loads in it.
     
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