This is a discussion on The Superduper Snubbie thread within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; 3 tried and true guns. I might love the autos for capacity and being a bit slimmer and yes, I wont take a gun out ...
3 tried and true guns. I might love the autos for capacity and being a bit slimmer and yes, I wont take a gun out for ccw if it's not 99.8% dependable with me. But a wheely just feels more dependable. Something OLD school that I just like. Funny being a teen of the 1980's. Auto's and glocks where on the scene. So I don't know where it came from.
This is my Rossi 462 6 shoot in a Brauer Bros holster.
This is her unholstered
John Steinbeck: Don't pick a fight with an old man. If he's too old to fight, he'll just kill you.
ak-kev: LOVE the black Colt!! That is one hot snubby!
rdoggsilva: I got to play with one of those the other day. Fit and finnish were not too bad and the trigger on this particular piece was fair. Seems that Taurus is doing a decent job on the new Rossi guns.
In God we trust, everyone else keep your hands where I can see them.
Rights are like muscles: If you don't excersise them they slowly disappear.
Thank you sir, it was my cheapest one too :) I like the finish because I can carry it without worry. Im so scared Id scratch or mare the finish on the blued or nickel versions. I know..........its silly, but I cant help it. I carry it often and really enjoy it. Thanks for the compliment. Kevin.
Jesus said "and if you dont have a sword (AK), sell your cloak and buy one. Luke 22:36
I'm not a snobby snubby guy, so here's my daily carry. Taurus Unltralite Titanium 38 spl. Sorry for the blurry pic.
When you've got 'em by the balls, their hearts & minds will follow. Semper Fi.
blurry pictures are ok...I just drink a bit and it comes right in focus... thats my wifes gun and she loves it. It used to be MY gun... but thats ok.
Taurus M450 2" SS Ported .45 LC w/ Cor-Bon 200gr. JHP
I need some suggestions, I own one J frame already, it's stainless, I don't know the model number and it's .357. It's really tough to shoot, small and sort of heavy.
My typical CCW is a PM9, I love it but recently broke my arm. I'll be limited to 1 arm functionality for a while(surgery tomorrow, rehab etc) so I need something lighter and hopefully as easy to shoot as my PM9. Any ideas are welcome, price is an object but I dont have a defined budget yet. I'll be pocket carrying.
My SP101 in .357mag. Carried in a K&D defender holster. Great Revolver!
All the pics make me jealous... trying to save money to buy a .357.. G/f's dad has one and love shooting it.
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Ed Brown Kobra Carry stainless .45