With the warm weather approaching here (tee hee) I wanted a small handgun for pocket carry, something that will conceal well with shorts & t-shirt. I settled on a Smith & Wesson Airweight J-frame (5 shot) in .38 special, a model 37-2. S&W did a small-ish run of these, and they are new guns without some of the new features that some find less desireable. This one has no internal lock, and forged internals as opposed to MIM stuff in the new Airweights. But like the new J-frames, it is rated for +P. So I've got a good combination of new and old features. It is not a fully enclosed hammerless design like the Centennial style, but it has a factory bobbed hammer that doesn't snag on anything. It is DAO; the hammer cannot be cocked for single action. Trigger pull is long and heavy, and it should smooth out with further use, but out of the box it ain't too bad. This baby is light! With a full cylinder and in a holster the whole shebang weighs a little less than 18 ounces. Very comfy to carry IWB and a t-shirt covers it up just fine. The light weight means you'll feel the recoil a bit. 130gr target loads are no problem but you'll feel it after a box or two of 158gr or +P loads. Not the best choice for extended range sessions, but for carry it definitely fills the bill! I bring along another 5 or 10 rounds in some Bianchi speed strips.