This is a discussion on The Superduper Snubbie thread within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I just had to add this - I just handled a Ruger LCR today; I must say that I was mightily impressed with the feel ...
I just had to add this - I just handled a Ruger LCR today; I must say that I was mightily impressed with the feel and the trigger action; very smooth with no stacking at all. I was in a gun store and noticed the price - $459.00! That automatically tells me that the local prices at the gun show and around locally should be about $75.00 cheaper than that.... Makes me want to sell or trade my STI Spartan to get one.
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I cant bring myself to buy a Snub :(
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A little carry setup. Model 60 with Galco pocket holster, and Tagua belt scabbard.
I finally got a pic of my new to me 442-1
I have a S&W 642 and the same Safariland Comp-1 speedloader you have; however, when I try to use the speedloader it rubs against the stock rubber grips, thus not allowing the cartridges to fully enter the chambers. It's frustrating because I expected it to work... but it doesn't.
Did you have a similar experience with yours?
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Old school and new school S&W protection. The one in the box was used by an uncle to guard his store in a small Virginia town around the turn of the (last) century.
Here is the newest addition. My father came to visit this weekend and he brought me a couple of gifts. The one that fits in this thread is this well carried Detective Special that he carried for 20+ years as a bug on the Columbus Police Dept. (eventually as a detective ).