yeah thing is they say it takes a while to be accurate that was the only real drawback. I like pushing to eject the cylinder, it looks easy. He was shooting .38 +p 125 grain and .357 150 grain rounds in it.
You are a good salesmen. If it fits my big ass hands I am buying it. 300 to 500 is good but maybe spend a bit more and go new.
He was saying the edges on hammer are sharp and on trigger it's kinda weird, but the sights were good because it had contrasting colors but they aren't adjustable.
I liked the lighter Smith and Wesson Bodyguards in the video too.
i watched the sp 101 and took notes. 26 oz... sounds nice.
da, grips are good, he says u can get it used for 300. takes a while to learn to shoot. sounds like a good first gun. he does describe some of it's flaws well. thanks brother.