This is a discussion on .38 snubby question within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by LSP972 Your last sentence described inherent accuracy. What snubbies don't have is PRACTICAL accuracy; i.e., they are difficult to shoot well. But ...
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That's what I said; the little guns are very accurate.
How about we say they are possessed of INTRINSIC accuracy? But shoot any "course of fire" you care to choose; once with a snubby revolver, once with a full-size service piece (revolver or semi-auto). Any clue as to which one you'll score better with?