That's a great looking Model 40, all done up in nickel with the classic grips.
I won't bore everyone with ANOTHER pic of a 642, but thanks to all the other pics on here, I could'nt take it any longer and picked one up. Actually, I've been keeping my eye out at the local shop and happened to be there buying a Sig light when I noticed a nice used one still in the case
I mistakenly was smug thinking I'd get out of there relatively cheap this time..hahahaha:redface:
Aw c'mon! Nobody is going to get bored over another pic. Take it as a challenge, try a different angle, a different backdrop, theme or something to make the pic different, even if the snubbie is the same.
That's what we want to see. At least post a pic when you get a holster for it.
Alright, if you insist, it's hijacked my Taurus's Galco holster and speed loader ( which is nice for a change, not having to buy new!)
I like my stainless Taurus, but this is half the weight, plus no hammer
I purchased a fobus holster for a S&W snub nose for my Charter Arms and was worried if it would fit properly. The price on Ebay was to cheap to pass up because I knew if it didn't fit I could turn around and sell it on Ebay for at least a 50% markup based on what they usually go for.
As it turns out if fits my Charter just fine. Snaps in with a definite "click" and hardly any play at all. I don't use that holster all that much since it does stick out more than my IWB but it would make a really nice range holster.
It fits it perfectly. I placed them side by side and one over the other, and there is very negligible differences. That particular Galco is also adjustable, so it would probably handle others as well.
If I remember right, Galco advertised it to be for both those, and a couple of others as well.
two of my snubs with t-grips......:image035:
Nice set of Tools, shooter..!! I really like the black T-Grips. Cool beans.
A 60 and a 66, I presume..?
Here's my snubbie, another oldie but a goodie. Ruger Security Six .357 Mag. According to the serial number, it's from 1974.
Here's my 638-3 with a set of S&W, 1980's grips I found on ebay last week. I'm still waiting for a set of Grashorn's Elk grips and a Tyler T adaptor.