Show us your snub!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kavity View Post
    Whats the best way to clean a snubby? (or revolver in general) I noticed that this got alot dirtier than my XD9 or at least its showing it more because its stainless steel instead of black, but what process do you guys use to clean yours?

    Is it cool to run the bore brush throught the wheel?
    A word of caution: Do not use harsh solvents on your 642! It has a clearcoat finish on the frame. Don't use anything on it that you wouldn't put on your automobile finish. (Hoppe's #9 is fine.)

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    So far many fine images of cool snubs.

    The variety from old school to newer models is great to see.

    Keep them coming people!

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    OD. I wish my Detective Special was a little older and had the full grip frame like yours. Mine's a '66 model.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zero View Post
    With all the new 642ís being shown off lately, (CONGRATS to all the recent purchases) I thought the 442ís should be represented as well.

    ALL the J frames are great carry guns.

    There have been many great threads with snub pics.

    Maybe its time for a rerun?
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    LoveLeather, COOL pic!

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