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The Superduper Snubbie thread

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    Here are my snubbie's, I've been meaning to post this for a while, just to sorry to get out the camera......
    Snub Wheel Guns.jpg

    Clockwise-
    My S&W 431PD .32H&R Magnum Fun little gun, six shot.
    My Wife's Taurus 85 .38Special Gold and Pink for the Lady........
    My Taurus 941 .22LR Great barn, farm gun, Nine shot.
    My S&W 60 .357Magnum Love it, great, couldn't be without it....

    Glad SIXTO started this. it is really nice to see everybody else's snubbie's, Everyone got Love a good Snub Nose, Right?



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    That's it!!! I can't take it anymore!!!

    I need to add a snub to my collection. Now do I make it a S&W J-frame like the 642/442 or a Ruger SP101?

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    Quote Originally Posted by eagle5 View Post
    That's it!!! I can't take it anymore!!!

    I need to add a snub to my collection. Now do I make it a S&W J-frame like the 642/442 or a Ruger SP101?
    Clearly the answer is both.

    If both is not an option, then what do you want to use the gun for? For a belt gun, the SP101 is the ticket. If you want to do pocket or ankle carry, the 442/642 (without the lock of course) is a better choice.
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    Landric,
    Why do you recommend with out the trigger lock?
    "All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing."

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    Quote Originally Posted by usmc3169 View Post
    Landric,
    Why do you recommend with out the trigger lock?
    If it isn't there, there is no chance it could fail and cause the gun to lock up at the wrong moment.
    -Landric

    "The Engine could still smile...it seemed to scare them" -Felix

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    Or you can just remove the linkage, like I may or may not have.

    Quote Originally Posted by Devone6 View Post
    Everyone got Love a good Snub Nose, Right?
    Right. I was an auto only guy until I really thought about the role a snub could play for me. Now, it fills a niche that no semi auto could fill as well. I have plenty of sub compacts to choose from, but for a up close contact type of role, the snub is king IMO.
    "Just blame Sixto"

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    sounds resonable.
    "All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing."

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    new friend

    here's the new friend:
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    my snubbie

    Here it is.
    Charter Arms Undercover 38 special. circa 1979.
    I added the short combat grips. The original grips are pictured.
    The gun was never fired till I got it this year. It still only has about 200 rounds thru it.
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    OKay here you go another Charter Arms Undercover 38 circa 1983
    Just bought this used have since added ruber grips. I have 3 other semi autos this was my first revolver. And I like her most of all.
    Ruger LCP, Walther PPS, Buckmark, Charter Arms Undercover .38
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8TV-IsoL0Ms Ruger LCP
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4sRFsbzQZ6c Walther PPS

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    337PD: Haven't found another like it!

    - You never need a gun until you need one very badly.

    - Running is for people who don't have ammo.

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    Vsorrentino, did you bob the hammer, or was it like that when you got it? I don't think that is as manufactured, is it?

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    Here are a few from my stable.

    Hope you like'em.
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    GunnyBunny....you have an ODD number there,........better buy another. You just can't stop on 13....? Oh, I get it: "a few from my stable." Never mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Horsetrader View Post
    GunnyBunny....you have an ODD number there,........better buy another. You just can't stop on 13....? Oh, I get it: "a few from my stable." Never mind.
    This'll make it an even number. Does it qualify as a snubbie??
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