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The Superduper Snubbie thread

This is a discussion on The Superduper Snubbie thread within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; These pics have been posted before ........ but, my SP-101 which saw carry duty for about a year and my first carry which was the ...

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    These pics have been posted before ........ but, my SP-101 which saw carry duty for about a year and my first carry which was the old and much holster-worn M85.

    These days a snub is relegated to a spare "grab'n'go" here and there.





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    Quote Originally Posted by JimmyC4 View Post
    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 think that subject needs a thread of it's own. No hi-jacking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bline View Post
    I think that subject needs a thread of it's own. No hi-jacking.
    its not a hi jack! Its anything snubbie in the superduper snubbie thread!
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    I just read up on the .327 Federal Magnum, looks like a good defensive cartridge but its not comparable to the 357 Magnum (it’s being advertised that it is). More realistically its closer to 9mm luger. Still looks pretty good though. I was dead set on buying a 357 snubbie but will have to look at this new cartridge for a bit. -- Like that ruger's new revolver is a six shot cylinder, hoping maybe S&W might chamber their M&P snubbie line in this new cartridge!

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    The Federal .327 Magnum is running here:

    http://www.defensivecarry.com/vbulle...um-merged.html

    Of course, if you happen to own the new Ruger SP-101 in this caliber, feel free to post your pics here.

    Otherwise, let's leave the discussion of the cartridge to the other thread.


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    Quote Originally Posted by JimmyC4 View Post
    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....
    I might look into the 327 at some point, but I really must just be one of those "sickos" that loves lighting off a .357 from this little gun . . . it kinda brings a tear to the eye :)

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    it does, doesnt it? I went and tried a 340pd compared to a 442... wow!
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    I have 2, a SP101, 357 mag with a 2 1/4 inch barrel; and my favorite, a S&W 629 with a 3 inch barrel 44 mag. My flame thrower.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jmt5043 View Post
    I just read up on the .327 Federal Magnum, looks like a good defensive cartridge but its not comparable to the 357 Magnum (it’s being advertised that it is). More realistically its closer to 9mm luger. Still looks pretty good though. I was dead set on buying a 357 snubbie but will have to look at this new cartridge for a bit. -- Like that ruger's new revolver is a six shot cylinder, hoping maybe S&W might chamber their M&P snubbie line in this new cartridge!
    I won't start a ballistics debate here, but suggest you do a read of the article and statistics in the April 2008 issue of "American Rifleman."

    I apologize for digressing...now back to your local snubbie show...

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    I like that Simply Rugged speed strip pouch. How long did it take you to get it?

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    I dont have pictures . . .

    but I do have a wonderful snubby. Smith and Wesson prelock model 10 2". Carries and shoots like a dream. Mine has 135 grain Speer GDHPs in the cylinder. Best hand me down I ever got. Over summer I'll likely pick up a S&W 642 and a Ruger Sp101 or GP100. What can I say. I just love revolvers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluelineman View Post
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    I like that Simply Rugged speed strip pouch. How long did it take you to get it?
    I don't recall the timing--shoot Rob an e-mail and check. It's called "The Most Versatile Ammo Pouch" at his website, here's the link: Leather Gun Holster, Concealed carry holster, Simply Rugged, Proudly made in Alaska

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    What grips are those Jimmy?
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    For a long time I carried a Stainless Ruger Speed-Six .357 with a 3" barrel as a primary with my Ruger SP-101 .357 as a BUG.

    It was a great combo that I still go with from time to time.

    Nothing like a brace of Stainless Rugers to carry you through a trip on the mean streets at night.

    No pics yet, but I did finally get a nice digital camera! Woo Hoo!

    Still learning how to drive it though.

    Someday soon, I'll be able to start posting pics.
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