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    S&w 15-3



    S&W Model 15-3


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    Hey CMS;

    That's the most elegant snubbie ever made and one of the best looking Smith & Wesson revolvers. The 2-inch Model 15 looks "the business".

    Welcome to the Forum and thanks for sharing the photo of your great Model 15.

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    I recently ordered a Smith & Wesson M&P 340 to replace the one I foolishly sold a couple of months ago. I'm hoping it doesn't take too long to get here seeing as how they're hard to find lately. Should be great to carry in the K&D Holsters rigs I ordered a couple of weeks ago. I'll have a Pocket Defender for pocket carry and a Cochise Defender for IWB.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmcgilvray View Post
    Hey CMS;

    That's the most elegant snubbie ever made and one of the best looking Smith & Wesson revolvers. The 2-inch Model 15 looks "the business".

    Welcome to the Forum and thanks for sharing the photo of your great Model 15.
    +1. I'm a Colt man, but the Smith & Wesson Combat Masterpiece Snubnose is outstanding! What a beautiful revolver!

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    My newest, a nickel S&W Model 36 with rosewood grips.

    "It's a big gun when I carry it, it is also a big gun when I take it out” – Clint Smith

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    340 (sold) and 60 (still have):


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    There's not enough S&W 640's here!



    .357 Baby!
    ALWAYS carry! - NEVER tell!

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    Quote Originally Posted by spyderdude View Post


    My one and only snubnose revolver, the Ruger SP101 357 Magnum 2.25"
    That is one MEAN-LOOKIN' gun!

    I don't as yet have a snubnose revolver. It's on my "to-get" list, but no telling when...

    Anyone else partial almost exclusively to the beefier, stainless types, only? When I see the hammerless versions, the dressy versions, the blued versions, they just turn me off. But when I see those bull barrels, I light up. Go figure. The others look... (sorry)... ladylike. Especially those models with a really slender grip. Give me a big, gummy, black rubber grip like on a lot of the Taurus models. Tiny dinky wood grips? Nnnnope!

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    Great pics of snubbies, can't wait to add my Taurus .44 tracker 2" to the list.

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    Pretty is as pretty does. I guess I'm in touch with my feminine side. I prefer snubbies to have the thin wood grips rather than the bulky rubber ones that take up more space and cling to clothing when carrying IWB. If I'm going to carry more bulk it might as well be one of the short barreled S&W K-Frame Models 10, 12, 15 or, 19 and have six shots.

    That said my brother-in-law has a Ruger SP 101 that is the smoothest Ruger double action revolver I've ever fired. I never was too keen on Ruger DA revolvers but this one has a great action and hasn't had an action job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thumper View Post
    There's not enough S&W 640's here!
    Here's my 640-1, sitting on the front seat of my vehicle.


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    One of these days I'm gonna try a Model 640 with full-house .357 Magnum ammo. Just gotta know how the revolver recoils.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmcgilvray View Post
    One of these days I'm gonna try a Model 640 with full-house .357 Magnum ammo. Just gotta know how the revolver recoils.
    I don't practice with .357's in my 640 but do put a few down range at the end of my shooting session... they'll definately wake you up and make you check your grip!
    ALWAYS carry! - NEVER tell!

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    Here is my 651 .357 Magnum (LOVE IT )



    And my Charter Arms Generation 1 Undercover .38 SPL

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    MORE snubs

    Snubs are cool guns. J frames seem to be very popular revolvers….but not the only snub. Snubs do go up to bear guns.

    .460 out of 2 ¾…..wow.

    ....640, SP 101 and more, let see them. Many cool pics of great snubs so far. Nice.

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