(This photo copied from GunsAmerica.com, who probably coped it
from Smith & Wesson's website)
I wound up making this a part of an eventual trade and was disappointed about this gun’s performance. Several years and thousands of rounds down range later I had become a better shooter and second guessed myself about the 360-1. Maybe the problem was that I had not been an experienced enough shooter to make the light weight revolver perform. By this time however, the 360-1 was no longer in production. The fact that I could not find a used one in any gun shop concerned me that I was wrong to let this one get away.
Well, now I have found a brand new one in the corner case of my new favorite local gun shop. Here are the specifications:
Caliber: .357 Magnum
This grouping from the standard Remington .125 grain .357 Mag Jacketed Hollowpoint is a little better.
This grouping was provided by 10 rounds of Magtech 158 grain JHP ammo. It is essentially a hunting round and shot a little high.
As the model 360Sc offerred no advantage I am sticking with the model 340 M&P stoked with Speer 135 grain .357 Magnum jacketed hollowpoint ammo. This is a new load specially developed to shoot accurately and expand reliably in short barrelled revolvers.