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Smith & Wesson "Bodyguard 38" Revolver, 38 Spl , W/Insight Laser

Smith & Wesson "Bodyguard 38" Revolver, 38 Spl , W/Insight Laser

Smith & Wesson "Bodyguard 38" Revolver, 38 Spl , W/Insight Laser

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Reviewed by 4 customer  
Small hands only, December 28, 2014
Gun design is for a a small handed person. When fired the trigger guard bites your middle finger knuckle. The Ruger LCR series has a fatter grip and more space between the trigger guard preventing this proble.
By William E. Burrows Jr. from
No buyer's remorse, January 11, 2013
First off, I am a woman with small hands. After practicing with my father's 38s (Ruger LCR and S&W 442) I decided I wanted the 442 or 642 due to the shape of the grip. LCR just had a larger grip. Couldnt find one in stock in my price range. "settled" for this sweet thing, which is more similar to the Ruger LCR but has a narrower, more curved grip, closer to the 642. I shot 40 rounds thru it today. Not much I know but it was smooth. Very comfortable, the shape of the grip really allows me to hold it and control. As far as accuracy, well, that's my choice so no problems there. I mainly shoot snubbies just 7-10 yards tho. Todays groupings narrowed in nicely after about 10 rounds. (I typically have 2-3" groupings at 7 yards.) The main reason I gave it only 4 stars is the cylinder release location. It's on the top, above where you would see the hammer in an SA revolver (BGs are DA Only). The design of the release is also awkward. Supposedly the placement is so that lefties and righties could both access it. Well, I shoot with both hands, so that doesnt matter to me ;) But it's not really the location that bothers me but how flat it is. Makes it difficult to push forward. Otherwise, this is a perfect gun for CC! Hoping as I break it in that cylinder release will get easier. Oh and this does have the laser which is very easy to align.
By shootersue from florida
kicks like a mule, May 27, 2011
Pros: tight fitting cylinder trigger is smooth and consistent accurate iron sights and laser laser is fairly easy to operate and adjust reasonably priced Cons: very heavy recoil the pouch it comes in has no storage compartment for the tiny, easy to lose laser adjustment tool Comments: I bought this for my wife who is used to an all steel 38 spl. The recoil from this gun is heavier than from a 357 Magnum all steel revolver and my wife won't be using it. I won't be using it, because I can get a lot more knock down power and faster rate of fire from a heavier gun with less recoil.
By straight shooter from Oklahoma
S&W, December 25, 2010
This is an excellent choice, for concealed carry, small lightweight, and has the punch of a 38, the added laser makes this deal that much better.
By Shawn from Michigan
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