Smith & Wesson M&P 340 Revolver: Reason for CCW Advocates to Go Retro
The Rev reviews the Smith & Wesson M&P 340 Revolver and finds a new reason to carry a revolver concealed.
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A Societal Trend
Some trends have merit. Perhaps you’ve noticed younger people gravitating toward products designed in and for a bygone era. People are wearing classic watches, some people think wing tips are cool again, and most importantly there’s a resurgence of people willing to pay for quality. In the midst of our disposable, instant, build-it-to-replace-it society, people want something— anything that lasts.
Buckle up; this article isn’t about to deny the usefulness, reliability, resilience, or proven longevity of polymer-framed, semi-auto handguns, but it is an open admission— there’s something special about metal guns—particularly revolvers.
Don’t believe me?
James Yeager, of Tactical Response, recently announced a Fighting Revolver class. I unapologetically respect and like James and wish I could make it out to that class. James is a good businessman that trains “good people to kill bad people” to protect and save lives. He’s interested in people knowing how to use the weapons they carry effectively. My guess is he’s noticed this uptick in revolver use.
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