Man does it offend my sensibilities. I like steel, as you know. And polymer? On a REVOLVER?! I may have the vapors just thinking about it.
But there are reasons to consider it.
Accounts from SHOT indicate that the trigger feels good, out of the box.
It's an ounce heavier than the most featherweight Titanium or Scandium revolvers, but it's price is almost HALF. That ounce isn't much, either way. $350 is.
And it's polymer frame and hogue grips are indicative that it may absorb recoil better. In theory. Lightweight snubbies are well know for having a punishing recoil.
Damn it's ugly.
Good thing I wasn't leaning toward a featherweight. If I was, this plastic snubbie might have vied for the top of my want-list for snubbies. I haven't valued lightweight pistols at this point in my shooting life adventure. So my decision is easier. Stick with a steel S&W.
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