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Thread: S&W's New 351C .22 Magnum Revolver

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    S&W's New 351C .22 Magnum Revolver

    Ordered these at shot as I like the .22 Magnum load (especially for female shooters). Well after 11 months, they showed up!

    Got a chance to put some rounds through the gun. Has a pleasant recoil (more muzzle flip than anything). IMHO, these make a much better choice for female shooters (that are recoil sensitive) than any of the pocket auto's or .38 revolvers.

    The 351C holds 7rds and weighs in at 11oz.

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    My wife would love one. She had a 442 but hated the recoil. What are these running?
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    Does the front post have a tritium insert or is it just a white dot?

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    Based on my experience with Airlite .22s: will she be able to pull the trigger?

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    Last edited by spdldr; 11-10-10 at 09:21.

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    Hey there's no lock on that gun.

    I've no idea what the penetration is like on .22 mag JHPs or solids but appart from that factor, I think it's a neat concept.
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    Quote Originally Posted by C-grunt View Post
    My wife would love one. She had a 442 but hated the recoil. What are these running?
    I have not seen the invoice yet, but my guess is that we will sell them for around $500.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Castle View Post
    Does the front post have a tritium insert or is it just a white dot?
    White dot.


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    Quote Originally Posted by JHC View Post
    Hey there's no lock on that gun.

    I've no idea what the penetration is like on .22 mag JHPs or solids but appart from that factor, I think it's a neat concept.
    Right. No lock. S&W is slowly removing these from all their revolvers.


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    Quote Originally Posted by spdldr View Post
    Based on my experience with Airlite .22s: will she be able to pull the trigger?

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    It still has the 10-12LBS trigger.

    You can always have trigger work done. Apex Tactical is also working on a new trigger mod for revolvers (that is user installed I think).


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    Quote Originally Posted by C4IGrant View Post
    Apex Tactical is also working on a new trigger mod for revolvers (that is user installed I think).


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    Interested......

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