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    Colt Detective Special, nickle plated and a Smith 351pd in 22 mag.....yeah baby!
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    My Ruger SP101

    O.K. folks, here's the little lady I picked up last week, along with the results of her baptism on Saturday . Four shots each, Speer Gold Dots and Cor Bons; two hands, standing. Afterwhich I popped off another 65 rounds of .38 Specials and 38 +P's. Lot of plinking fun! Great little gun overall. I'd have no hesitation recommending this Ruger to anyone. I carry her in a "Thunderwear" deep concealment holster, loaded with .357 Speer 125 grn. GDHP's. As the ole' Ranger once said, "She'll do to ride the river!".



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    All I've got is a 642 just like lots of other folks on this forum. But I sure do love this little .38!!






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    I was always a Glock (27) carrier until I bought my J frame. IMO, it's the easiest gun to carry and conceal. Now it's my 24/7 carry usually in a Kramer pocket and (for those that may say it) I don't feel undergunned. I am considering getting some work done on my 442 byGemini Customs as well as some other tricking.

    Just got the word today that my Agency will not allow laser grips on any on or off duty firearms, so I'm now in the market for some custom grips.





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    I am a new member of the snubbie club. I got mine about a week and a half ago and I love it. I was a little concerned about pocket carrying with it, especially since I did have a Keltec P3AT, but it has been great. Don't leave home without it.
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    SIXTO, THANKS alot. Just when I thought I had my gun-purchasing problem under control, you go rip the scab off!

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    Quote Originally Posted by eagle5 View Post
    SIXTO, THANKS alot. Just when I thought I had my gun-purchasing problem under control, you go rip the scab off!
    Hell, I do that to myself everyday.

    I got to get some pictures of my beloved 36 and the never out of the box new 642. I'm thinking I need a 357 though.
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    I suppose my chrome 2.5" S&W Model 19 .357 counts as a snubby, even though it feels like it weighs five pounds!
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    Cool One of my favorites!

    I never thought I would buy a 38 spl +P snubbie, but here it is.
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    Jimmy nice pic with Joel's book! That is a very good idea.

    Here is my 1968 Model 60... I love stainless steel.







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    Got bit by it too . . .

    Hi All,

    I have carried everything from a full-size Dan Wesson 10mm to a H&K P2000SK and even a P3AT. My new primary carry is a Ruger Sp101 w/ 2" pipe in the .357 magnum flavor. I've heard alot about the agony of shooting that kind of round in a little gun like this, but I'll tell ya . . . with the Hogue grip added and a little bit of practice, this is a nice carry package









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    I have been carrying a 642, as my primary carry here in Florida, for over a year in a Mika pocket holster. Don't even know it's there and can wear shorts and a tucked T shirt. When I feel I might need it, I carry a speed loader in an old cell phone case. Looks just like I have a cell phone in it.

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    *sigh* I was already starting to miss my Taurus 850 while noticing I had some Speer +P ammo left. I need another snubby, that's all there is to it. Thanks a lot.
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    Here's my favorite;



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    tbird, I just read the American Rifleman article about the new Ruger SP101 in .327 Federal Magnum. That sounds like an excellent self-defense cartridge, having ballistics comparable to a .357 but without the recoil.

    I expect we'll see S&W with one shortly, likely a J-frame. Being an "S&W addict", I know if they release one my checking account will take a hit....
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