Now before anyone goes-off on a tangent and starts typing in the comment section below telling me I’m full of crap and I don’t know what I’m talking about, just know this, I didn’t come up with the title to the video and that’s why I put in the caveat ‘You Decide’, in the title to this article. Now I like revolvers just as much as the next guy, but I’m dubious as to if I would want to carry one for my CCW.
The drawbacks of only six rounds are quite obvious and carrying extra ammo would not (for me anyway) be too practical. But, After watching the video, I could be inclined to change my mind. So before you go-off half-cocked, watch the video all the way through and if you still aren’t convinced afterwards, that’s cool. I’ll put the specs to the pistol beneath the video in case anyone wants to check them out.
About the Model 66 from smith-wesson.com:
The K-Frame revolver is one of the most important innovations in Smith & Wesson history and was built specifically to handle the .38 S&W Special cartridge. Since its introduction in 1899, the K-Frame has been a favorite for military and police professionals as well as target shooters and enthusiasts. Today’s K-Frame is available in .22 LR, .357 Magnum and .38 S&W Special.
Return of the K-Frame .357 Magnum
• Full Top Strap and Barrel Serration
• Ball-Detent Lock-Up
• 2-Piece Barrel$849.00**Suggested Retail, Dealer Sets Actual Pricing
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