The Superduper Snubbie thread

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    So, I have my never fired NIB 442 sitting here, and its going to become my dedicated BUG for vest carry.
    I cant leave it plain, so, I'm looking for some wood grips for a little flair- suggestions anyone?
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    Never tried these but some of em have a nice look: Smith & Wesson Pistol Grips

    I like the second from the bottom on the left.
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    The ivory looking ones? If so, I'd need to buy a purple velvet top hat to go with them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SIXTO View Post
    The ivory looking ones? If so, I'd need to buy a purple velvet top hat to go with them.


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    nope, two up from the bottom, not second on the bottom row, the black S-002-B.

    What happened to your purple velvet top hat? Lose it during a chase?
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    Quote Originally Posted by buckeyeLCPL View Post
    nope, two up from the bottom, not second on the bottom row, the black S-002-B.
    I like that one too.
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    JD quick on the draw as always...

    Way ahead of ya as far as its aloha friday here.

    now, back to snubby grips: Styles - Secret Service

    How about buffalo horn?
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    Buffalo horn is stylin, but a little beyond what I want to spend on grips for a cheap snub.
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    Yup, I've always wanted a nickel placed SAA with buffalo horn grips. I'd stick with some nice wood for a J-frame, I seem to recall some member has some really nice rosewoods grips on one, but i forget who.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SIXTO View Post
    The ivory looking ones? If so, I'd need to buy a purple velvet top hat to go with them.

    Maybe I'll get a hat like that.

    I just picked up a new 442 also. I won't be posting pics because:
    1) it looks just like the others
    2) I can't find my camera
    3) once I find it, I'm not sure how to post the pics.

    Wish it didn't have the lock in it, but oh well. I think I'll have this one for the duration.

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    JD, I just got a call from Huggy Bear, and he really wants his hat back, NOW!!

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    Here are a couple of photo's of the wife's SP101 snubbie in .357 with Trijicon night sights, Hogue monogrip, and K&D Cochise Defender :




    She loves this gun, has attended Michael DeBethencourt's Essentials of the Defensive Snub Revolver course, and is better with it than I am. She also has a SmartCarry for days when she has to wear scrubs.
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    My snubbie

    I had the toughest time finding a SP101 spurless with a Crimson Trace grip, seeing as I didn't want to wait days/weeks or what ever it would have taken to get it shipped to a someone with an FFL so I bought the gun then found the grip.



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    There are some exellent pictures of snubbies on this thread.

    I collected several of them...
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    Quote Originally Posted by buckeyeLCPL View Post
    Yup, I've always wanted a nickel placed SAA with buffalo horn grips. I'd stick with some nice wood for a J-frame, I seem to recall some member has some really nice rosewoods grips on one, but i forget who.
    Oh, please, tell me these are the ones....

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