It is a S&W model 38 Airweight, like the 380, I have had this one a good while and really like to carry it. It is a little more bulky than the 380 but it still fits in the back pocket of my jeans with the grip being barely below the top edge of the pocket. I do have some pistols I carry in a waist band holster but with pocket pistols a shirt can be tucked in. This 38 is an older model with a pinned barrel, a shrouded hammer and shows some wear as all good carry guns should.
It is a five shot revolver but fits my carry philosophy perfectly. Some of the reasons I like a revolver is when you are in a bind there is no safety to disengage, there is no magazine to come loose, misfires like dud ammo are instantly remedied by squeezing the trigger again. Reloading is still easy even with loose rounds and there is no slide to rack. They never misfeed, stove pipe or fail to eject and any of the above problems can cost a lot of valuable time in an emergency.
Don't get me wrong I am not trashing automatics because I have those I carry as well, I'm just giving my train of thought. For example, lets say someone walks up with a knife or gun and demands your money, you reach into your back pocket (or purse) pretending to retrieve your wallet you and draw a semi auto pistol. If for any of the reasons above (because you will be under stress) the gun fails to fire how much time is a armed man going to give you to slap the magazine, rack the slide and attempt to fire again, how long will it take you under stress, it depends on your training but I can assure you longer than squeezing a trigger rapidly two or three times on a revolver. I have seen ammo fail to fire if it got wet or damp (over time) especially in the summer heat in a sweaty pocket or waistband, not very often but it does happen, this is another reason I cycle older ammo out of my carry guns. You have to check them often for lint and little objects which can get in the workings of a gun if carried in your pocket or purse.
I am not seeking to persuade anyone to carry a particular gun just give my reasons and thought process....However I will say I never feel under-protected with my 38 revolver.
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