The Superduper Snubbie thread

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    Superhouse, that is one fine family of wheelguns!
    "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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    My Family

    Thank you both.

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    Quote Originally Posted by diablo111 View Post
    Got it ordered from Simply Rugged! Thanks a bunch :)
    "We have received the following order:

    (1) Most Verstile, Black at $20
    (1) Bianchi Speed Strip at $10 + shipping $5

    Total = $35
    Please review your order and let us know if there are any changes.
    Shipping time is 5-8 weeks at this time and you will be notified via e-mail when item(s) are shipped.


    5-8 weeks?? OUCH!
    Is that normal from this company?
    If you own a handgun and your state law allows it, please carry.

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    I have no idea about simply rugged, but more and more internet companies say 5-8 weeks shipping to avoid all the bad juju that comes their way when something doesnt arrive when the customer thinks it should.
    "Just blame Sixto"

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    Well we've got a new snub, I picked up a used 360PD that's had the action worked, the hammer bobbed, and had the XS sight added to it. It's probably got the best DA/SA trigger I've ever felt on a J-Frame.

    Pics will be posted later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JD View Post
    Well we've got a new snub, I picked up a used 360PD that's had the action worked, the hammer bobbed, and had the XS sight added to it. It's probably got the best DA/SA trigger I've ever felt on a J-Frame.

    Pics will be posted later.
    You cant do that to us! We need pictures now!
    "Just blame Sixto"

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    Quote Originally Posted by SIXTO View Post
    You cant do that to us! We need pictures now!

    Soon, soon. We're getting ready to run out to dinner.


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    Aight, enjoy. And let your lady friend get dessert, Lump needs it.
    "Just blame Sixto"

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    Quote Originally Posted by JD View Post
    Soon, soon. We're getting ready to run out to dinner.

    As a manager of mine once told me, "Eatin's cheatin'" Get those pics posted and then eat....
    "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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    Well, I finally stopped bein lazy and got an image editor, so here ya go. It's the only pic of both my snubbies I have out here in Hawaii, but it has all my other handguns too. I don't guess the .38 spl derringer counts as a snubby.

    Rossi 461 .357 on the top left, and a S&W 638 below it.
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    A snubby is definitely in my future purchases, looking at a Charter Arms Bulldog .44 special with the bobbed hammer. Hey buckeye, do they let you have handguns in Hawaii? Just kidding.

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    Well crzy, I could bring all them out here if I registered them with both the Honolulu PD, and the base PMO, and then they would rot in the armory here on base. So I could, but they are in much better hands at my parents house.
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    I see and you are right. I did not know you were in the military. You have my utmost respect and deepest appreciation sir! Thank you for keeping me and everyone else in our nation safe.

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    Yup, I'm active duty Marine Infantry. Thanks for the kind words. It's my pleasure to do this job, I couldn't find any fortune 500 companies after college that wanted to pay me to run around shooting stuff and blowing it up, but the Marines would.

    So, back to snubbies, heres a question I though of, does a derringer fall into the categories or revolver or semi-auto, or is it its own special type?
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    Hawaii is a may issue state, and to date has only issued three carry permits. I thought you may have been one of those lucky few. I pray that God watches over you and my son-in-law,(also in the military), and all of the members of our armed forces and strikes fear into the hearts of our enemies.

    I believe that the category of derringers is separate from snubnose revolvers or automatics.

    God loves the Marine Corp because it keeps Heaven packed with fresh souls! Gunny SGT. R. Lee Ermey in Full Metal Jacket.

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