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Old February 14th, 2017, 11:30 AM   #16
 
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HAM, just did an action job on the model 36, it is really a sweet shooting gun, the guy I did the action job on it is really pleased with it. Could not talk him out of it, if you know what I mean.



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Old February 15th, 2017, 02:50 AM   #17
 
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36's are great, as far as CCW the J frame just works. If you already own a mod 36 perfect.
If you are looking to purchase , one other option is the air weight or other hammer less models they offer. Mine is a older one in 38 ,but now they offer +P and 357.
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I realize the older JFrames are the one to get if you find a good one , but I have a newer 360J made from scandium and its a great little shooter that both my wife and I EDC sub $400 can,t beat the price and it handles +P.
Good luck , hard to beat a JFRame or a LCR.
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The 36 is a classic. I've had a 36, a 60, and now a 442. It is VERY hard to beat a good J-frame!
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I have tried plenty of different revolvers and semi autos as CCW, but always return to my 1970's Mod 36.

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