A few things not mentioned in the video. The cylinder rotation on the Bodyguard is clockwise which is opposite of conventional S&W rotation. This may be important someday if you're speed strip reloading. You don't want to pull the trigger on an empty chamber.
The vid mentions the new cylinder latch. I happen to like this and it should be popular with southpaw shooters. To me it was very ergonomically engineered but jmo.
The grip to me is not that good at all. In fact on my gun it has some slight movement. The fit to frame is not that all precise. Size and shape are adequate for my large hand.
The laser is cumbersome to operate. I would have preferred CT without that tiny switch. You really need to be on the very top of that switch and deliberate depress it to activate the laser. Adjustment was easy however so I'll at least give it that much. The laser should be an option which would bring the price down a bit.
The lockwork on mine needed to run in a bit to smooth out as the trigger would not return 100% of the time. This cleared up after some dry fire sessions and a drop of Breakfree and has not repeated since. Another new feature on this gun is there is no "hand" to rotate the cylinder. They have come up with a round wheel that engages the cylinder for rotation, different indeed.
Overall not a bad pocket pal. It also handles +p ammo which I think is important. JMOYMMV!
Had em' all, love my G30, G27 & now my G20
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