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; Originally Posted by Lewis128 Picked up my EAA Windicator .357 mag 2" today. NIB is was $265. They've gone up about $30 in the 2 ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lewis128 View Post
    Picked up my EAA Windicator .357 mag 2"today. NIB is was $265.
    They've gone up about $30 in the 2 months since I put it on lay-a-way.
    Built like an anvil, but doesn't kick as bad as I thought a .357 would.

    This is the stock photo from the web site. I'll upload more pics after I get it cleaned.
    I used to have one of these. Loved it! I forgot all about it until I saw the picture. Looking right now for another. It was a perfect fit in my hand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheTomcat View Post
    I used to have one of these. Loved it! I forgot all about it until I saw the picture. Looking right now for another. It was a perfect fit in my hand.
    Check Gunbroker. I check it nightly just to see if I'm missing out on any deals. I see these frequently. And you're right, it's a very nice feeling gun too shoot.
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    First Wheelie!

    I have finally acquired a wheelie in the snubby form! I do not have a digital camera but I am going to borrow one to log my firearms for insurance purposes so I will post a pic when I can.

    I needto go to the range again do some more practice before I carry it out of the house but I love it.

    My new to me friend is a Colt Lawman Mark III 2" barrel 357 Magnum. nothing fancy built strong and shoots pretty well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jahwarrior72 View Post
    finally got some pics of my Taurus 85UL:




    the guy i bought it from did some nice work on it, like polishing it, and porting the barrel.
    I have a real nice set of WOOD grips for your 85UL if your interested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmb View Post
    I have finally acquired a wheelie in the snubby form! I do not have a digital camera but I am going to borrow one to log my firearms for insurance purposes so I will post a pic when I can.

    I needto go to the range again do some more practice before I carry it out of the house but I love it.

    My new to me friend is a Colt Lawman Mark III 2" barrel 357 Magnum. nothing fancy built strong and shoots pretty well.
    Say there, a Colt 'anything' is a very nice gun to have! BTW: Consider loosing the cigarettes since they’re more likely to kill you than a gun.
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    Just adding another picture to the thread. The PX4sc is my daily carry, but the snubbie is FUN to shoot.


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    Quote Originally Posted by OtoPA View Post
    Just adding another picture to the thread. The PX4sc is my daily carry, but the snubbie is FUN to shoot.

    Nice shoes on that snubbie!

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    Removed the pachmyr compact grips from my model 60 and put the wood stock panels and a tyler t-grip on it, what ya think!
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    I think the wood grips add a bit of 'The Art of The Gun'. The rubberized grips just say ..'utility'. From the first arquebus, the decoration of the stocks have distinguished the tool from the artistic.

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    I love wood grips. eventually I will have some for my wheel gun
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    I also find it easier to conceal with the stock grip panels and the t-grip.

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    Does this count as a snubby?



    .22 wmr with a 1 5/8" barrel. 5 shots. Shown with a bottle of nasal spray, and .357 rounds for size comparison. Picked it up with .22LR cylinder included.
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    Think you have to run that by Sixto....LOL Gets my vote.
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    smith and wesson 637 and taurus 617

    Here is my 2 snubbies..



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    I love the Taurus, & rounds!! Awesome.

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