I just acquired a S&W Nightguard 325 and, much to my surprise, it looks like it could work as a carry gun. Which now leaves trying to figure out the best way to carry spare ammo for it. The steel full moon clips concern me, as it seems that they could get bent (and thus no longer go into the cylinder) if subjected to abuse. I've heard some people say they've never seen a steel moon clip get bent, others say it happens fairly often. Common sense suggests that if they were being carried in a pocket and, for instance, you got knocked down in a fight and landed on top of your spare ammo, then they certainly could get bent. A speed loader case that was reinforced with PVC pipe or steel tubing might help protect them? Half moon clips were standard issue in WWI, but the consensus seems to be that they get bent more easily than full moon clips. The 2 round 1/3 moon clips would be the easiest to conceal and less likely to get bent. But they lose a lot of the benefit of rapid reloading. The Rimz brand polymer full moon clips are designed for easy hand loading and supposedly don't hold the cartridges securely enough to be recommended for CCW (again, we're talking about real world abuse, not how well they work on the firing range). But I wonder if I could take a drop of Super Glue and permanently glue each of the cartridges into a Rimz moon clip? Granted, this would make a slightly expensive single-use moon clip. But it seems like the polymer would be less likely to get bent and easier to force into the cylinder if it was bent. It's not like I need all that many loaded moon clips for carrying, so sacrificing a few polymer clips in order to get a sturdier reload would be well worth it. Does anyone have any other ideas or suggestions? Wanna kill these ads? We can help!