Blitzspeer: I own one and will tell you it's better as an ankle back up to your main defense or a glove box weapon because it is a bit heavy; for a first defense concealable revolver go with a Ruger using a polymer frame in something like .327 federal.
Blitzspeer: He was holding a cell phone to do the video and closing the cylinder that way a few times won't hurt it and maybe never if you do it lightly, I've had pistols that could handle it all the time but I don't suggest learning that way or doing it all the time either and crappy guns will tear up but what tears up might not be the index pin on a cheap crappy gun.
sue cotey: you shouldn't "cowboy" your revolver to close it. Snapping yuor wrist to the right to throw the cylinder back into the frame will sooner or later damage, possibly breake off the indexing pin.
TechNick: Okay so I'm about to purchase one of these for concealed carry. Do you think this gun would fit the role well or do you think it may be just a bit too heavy to carry 24/7??
MrRichieIII: LOL nice switcharoo, but I'm not falling for the old smoke and mirrors. Its just to obvious that the second you drop the camera and suddenly you have a fully loaded gun. C'Mon bro.
Just kidding, nice video.I'm looking for some on eBay right now but wasn't sure if safariland would work. Now I do! Thanks again :-)
Tyler Hale: for a quick and cheap concealed holster Wal-mart sells a $9.99 pocket holster, which slides into a back pocket great. it has a rubberized grip thingy to keep the holster from comming out with the weapon when drawing. i use mine for concealed carry around town only (walking) dont plan on sitting comfortable, and dont rely on it to keep the weapon secure. but from the vehicle to the store or around the mall, it serves the perpose and worth the price. i hope this helps.
ChaplainJoe1: Sweet. Just bought mine in nickel today and was looking for speedloaders. Thanks for the tip. God bless.
deaconaoak3: I own one of these and I have put over 1600 .357 rds and over 800 .38 rds thru it. I shoot soup cans at 25 yds and it is still as accurate as new. The trigger is pretty strong, which I like in a carry gun, but otherwise is a nice little shooter. The only issue I have with the gun is the extractor rod pushes all the way through now, and the cylinder could push too far back when unloading. Cheap gun, small problem. I am actually thinking about getting another one to keep behind the counter .
Cecil Powell: @alphadogs1 ... Thanks!! just for those looking another alternative that i just discovered would be to order a kydex holster kit from old faithful holsters they dont have them premolded but you can buy the kit and do it yourself for an iwb i mean really how hard can it be lol just an fyi!
Cecil Powell: i just purchased one of these i was wondering what you were using for a holster or would any 6 shot k frame holster work?
lancehill97: @alphadogs1 thanks
smokyMcDankmn: i found this gun because of its price. and your video after that i understand it is not an expensive gun, but i am thinking about buying one and would like to know anything you would have to say about it. thanks
lancehill97: Can I find those speedloaders for my eaa on Cheaper than dirt, if so what specific model?