The Superduper Snubbie thread

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    sabre's right....my mistake .....colt detective .38sp circa early 80's above his post
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    Here are some pics of my '74 Colt cobra wearing Siles skip checkered wood grips

    Snub nose revolvers,the original concealed carry guns.

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    Wow, those are good looking woodies!
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    Quote Originally Posted by semperfi.45 View Post
    Wow, those are good looking woodies!
    That sounds like something you'd see on a different kind of forum (lol). That 74 Colt is a super sweet snub...love the grips too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1911luver View Post
    Here are some pics of my '74 Colt cobra wearing Siles skip checkered wood grips

    Thats the definition of old school, Love those grips!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Saber View Post
    I realize this may come as a shock, but not everyone on the forum is an expert at arms or a walking gun broker. What do you say if we all agree to post the name or model number of the PIC’s we’re posting? I’m just saying…
    My fault I just realized I didn't give any information S&W M&P 340 in .357 magnum with CT grips
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    thanks for the grip compliments I got those from CDNN about a year or so ago for like $25 shipped I think they were made by a company called Siles? I may have the spelling wrong though. I had a Tyler grip adapter but took it off as the gun actually fits my hand better without it for some reason.
    Snub nose revolvers,the original concealed carry guns.

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    Here is my newest snubbie a S&W 340PD with Crimson trace laser grips

    Snub nose revolvers,the original concealed carry guns.

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    I still consider a 3" barrel to be a snubbie...

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    I fell in love with my S&W 637!! Just so easy to throw in my pocket and walk out the door!
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    New forum member, been carrying some form of snubby for a long time. Here's what I have now, a Smith 642, with Ivorywood stocks from Esmeralda.

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    Those are some interesting grips. They would probably look great on a 442 as well. I bet it carries well on those trips over to tricounty. It can get a little sketchy there at times.
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    Here's one of my favorite Snubbies, a nice S&W .357
    mod. 60.. much better since I installed the XS Big Dot..
    Sure helps with these old eyes..

    Thought I'd make it a little retro with the old banana grips..
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    Any SP101 owner swap out the front sight for a night sight or other aftermarket option? I'd like to see pics if possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SIXTO View Post
    Those are some interesting grips. They would probably look great on a 442 as well. I bet it carries well on those trips over to tricounty. It can get a little sketchy there at times.
    Pretty tame most of the time, but I did see a few hairy situations around the mall. This was my department for 23 years, still live here as well. Glad you like the grips, I like the Celtic pattern, very different from most grips I see.

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