Originally Posted by Ganesh
Na, the M&P line of .357 J frames use the same DLC coated Scandium frames but instead of a titanium cylinder, they come with a DLC coated stainless steel cylinder. Which puts them about 2 ounces heavier than their PD brothers, but to me, I like that cuz it cuts out the "shoot no less than 120 grain bullets" warning. cuts down on my limitations. Kind of why i went with the M&P over say...a .38 airweight. I can choose any weight and two calibers.
Ah...that's good. I like the Ti cylinder in my 242, but definitely like steel better.
"You need a shotgun, man, it's got a good spread.
It's easy to load, doesn't have a lot of working parts...ya ain't gotta be that accurate, the further away you are the more **** you hit."