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10-28-11, 01:45 PM #1
S&W bodyguard (380)
I got me a bodyguard this morning. I like it because it is easy to carry in the pocket and is for self-defense at close range only. It comes, however with only one magazine so I am on the hunt. I've seen prices vary from 30.00 down to 19.99. Smith wants 26.00, so I guess I will go local. If not, the web is a choice. My two 38s (2") hurt my lower back and my Kahr 9mm is kinda heavy. My others are all full size and hard to conceal in the warmer weather. Also I like the laser. I looked at the Ruger LCP but with a laser it is about 100.00 more. If it shoots well up to 156 yds, it will be ok.
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10-28-11, 08:47 PM #3
10-29-11, 11:01 AM #4
S&W dropped the ball there. Who sells a defense handgun with only one mag?
When I bought my M&P compact, I got 2 mags, one with a finger extension, one with a flat base plate.
I also had good timing, because when I bought it, S&W was running a special where you buy the gun, send a voucher to the company, and get 3 free magazines. So I ended up with a total of 5 mags. 3 with the extension, 2 without.The world would be much cleaner if blind people carried brooms instead of sticks.
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