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S&W M360PD 5RD 357MAG/38SP +P 1.87" Reviews


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14 Reviews. Average Rating:    4.9 of 5 Stars!
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by Ian G Tuesday 21 November, 2017
This is not a cheap revolver in any sense of the word, however Bud\'s layaway program makes it easy to buy. I conceal carry every single day, in fact I always have a gun on me whether I\'m home or not. Prior to this 360pd I was carrying a Ruger LCR 357 which was a pretty lightweight, comfortable gun but let me tell you, it does not compare to how light this thing is! Not only is it extremely lightweight but it just melts into my hands. The grips are excellent on this revolver. The gun arrived in excellent condition just a couple days after I paid for it. Bottom line, this is the KING of conceal carry revolvers.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Bernard D Wednesday 15 November, 2017
Fun little powerful pistol but careful handling this weapon if your going to carry in your pocket dont have oher objects in that same pocket you can easily chip the finish same if you dropped it even on a soft surface this will dent, scratch, chip easily very easily and if your one of those guys who likes there guns looking brand new 24/7 like me this probably isn%u2019t the gun for you i love the darn thing so im stuck with it just gotta be more careful

Rating:     3 of 5 Stars!
by glenn w Sunday 03 September, 2017
All I can say is....if you want an atomic rocket in your pocket...this is it. Oh and by the way,it weights next to nothing. Don't even know when I carry it. Punishing on hand with full 357 loads....not too bad with 38+P Only for experienced revolver shooters....good for a snubby pistol with some punch.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Wayne M Friday 16 June, 2017
Wanting something light, small, concealable, yet powerful as my concealed carry gun, I opted for the S&W 360PD. Smith's quality and craftsmanship is unquestionable, and at just 11 oz. this fits the bill. With a high viz front sight, allow frame, titanium cylinder, and absolute reliability, it is the ultimate concealed carry gun. Yes, it will handle full load magnum rounds, but your hand won't! It will absolutely hurt to shoot very many .357 rounds. This may not be such a big factor in a stressful situation, but I pretty much stick with .38+P rounds, which are at least manageable with this little beauty. But, if I need full power, I have it! It is more accurate than I expected, and I know that I can rely on it when I need it. My lady likes it too, since it is so light and easy for her to shoot (.38s only).

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by oswaldo r Thursday 11 May, 2017
Dear Buds: I love my S&W M360PD 5RD 357mag/38SP +P 1.87, is very accurate and easy to shoot and clean also, I bought new rosewood grips and the revolver looks very nice, I recommend this firearm, thank you Buds for make it easy to purchase my guns, I'm looking forward to buy more firearms and ammo, I'm totally happy with my new gun and

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Tom B Saturday 04 March, 2017
This is one sweet pocket pistol. The titanium cylinder really sets off the appearance of this gun. Shooting Sig Performance grade .357 Magnum 125 grain ball ammo, produces quite a kick and definitely a sore wrist the next day. At close range (7 meters) it was easy to maintain 3" groups at center mass on the target. The only problem I encountered was the failure of the gun to be able to eject all 5 rounds immediately after firing. The shells would bind with no clear evidence as to what was causing the problem. Setting the gun down for a couple of minutes to cool off, and the shells eject with no problem at all. S&W states in the owners manual that this can occur so the operator needs to try different types of ammo to see what works best. My thoughts..well I could expect a FTE from a semi auto pistol but not a revolver. I feel that because the cylinder is made of titanium versus alloy steel may likely be the cause of the problem. I have not yet tried any steel case or aluminum case practice ammo (.38 & .38+p) but will next time out. The grips that come on this gun are marginal at best but will soon be replaced with something better from Hogue. I originally compared this gun to the new Ruger LCR revolvers, and even though S&W is more expensive, I stayed with what looks like the better gun long term. The LCR has a composite and aluminum frame something that didn't look like it would hold up well long term. Bud's service from beginning to end was as usual first class. Great buying experience thanks Bud's for the quality service.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
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