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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; I love them snubbies. I'm rarely without my 642 .38 Spl in a Mika or Nemesis pocket holster. Speed strip or two in the off ...

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    I love them snubbies. I'm rarely without my 642 .38 Spl in a Mika or Nemesis pocket holster. Speed strip or two in the off pocket. Gun and speedstrip loaded with 135gr+p Gold Dot short barrel rounds.
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    I 'acquired' my first model 60 in Vietnam in 1969 as a BUG. There were a lot of 1911's, and 4 inch Model 10's but as a grunt exposed to all the tropics had to offer, I wanted stainless, and small. I had a shoulder holster made of water buffalo in Quang Tri. Though I never had to use it in combat I was sure glad I had it. 40+ years later I still own a model 60, and a few other stainless J frames and carry one daily. In those 40+ years i have been through almost every make, and model, handgun made, but I will always have a J frame close by.

    My brother in law, who is also a shooter, and I made a pact. When I die he will put a J frame in the casket with me. When he dies he wants a Glock 19. Obviously he has NO taste in fine weapons, but hell. My sister seems to like him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1 old 0311 View Post
    I 'acquired' my first model 60 in Vietnam in 1969 as a BUG. There were a lot of 1911's, and 4 inch Model 10's but as a grunt exposed to all the tropics had to offer, I wanted stainless, and small. I had a shoulder holster made of water buffalo in Quang Tri. Though I never had to use it in combat I was sure glad I had it. 40+ years later I still own a model 60, and a few other stainless J frames and carry one daily. In those 40+ years i have been through almost every make, and model, handgun made, but I will always have a J frame close by.

    My brother in law, who is also a shooter, and I made a pact. When I die he will put a J frame in the casket with me. When he dies he wants a Glock 19. Obviously he has NO taste in fine weapons, but hell. My sister seems to like him.

    Make sure that he gives you a speed loader, too. I mean, ya never can be to safe
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    I'm keeping one 32-1 and its 4" counterpart, a 33 or 33-1, but am looking to move several others.

    As a favor to a brother, I'm buying his Mod. 60 in .38 SPL. . .so I'll be loading 200g flatpoints for that one, too :-) (And it helped him into his next pistol, too, so the saga continues!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1911luver View Post
    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.
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    Here is my Colt Cobra with some factory pachmayr grips with silver Colt medallions
    Snub nose revolvers,the original concealed carry guns.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1911luver View Post
    Here is my Colt Cobra with some factory pachmayr grips with silver Colt medallions
    Love the holster wear. Nice working snub.

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    S&w 640-1

    S&W 640-1 (no lock) that I purchased used last week.



    Blurry cell phone pic, but you can still tell she's a good looker.

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    S&W 442-1; no lock

    Here I am, just practicing my photo-fu. I'm really struggling with lighting, but I think that these turned out ok:








    S&W 442-1.JPGS&W 442.JPGS&W cropped.JPG
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    My 442, post lock removal, with old school grips.

    DSC01452.jpg

    I put in reduced springs and did a light trigger job and she's now a smooth shooter.
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    Here is another contribution of mine to this great thread,by the way I love this thread Sixto your a god man! Now here is some more Colt Cobra goodness


    Snub nose revolvers,the original concealed carry guns.

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    That wheelie has got character, 1911luver. It shows some nice holster wear.
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    Zacii thanks it sure has been around to say the least,my camera skills are a bit lacking though.
    Snub nose revolvers,the original concealed carry guns.

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    Here is my RUGER LCR in 357mag!!






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