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 los In my opinion, this is the best looking snub nose revolver and holster setup I have ever seen. Congratulations!!! Where did ...
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here is my 2 snubbies..
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Here's another of my Charter Arms 44 special. Got my old school dump pouch.[IMG]C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Documents\My Pictures\Holsters\IMGP1019.JPG[/IMG]
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Try this again. Charter Arms 44 special.
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Here are som pics of my Colt Cobra wearing its Siles skip checkered wood grips,I carry it in a Galco concealable or Galco pocket holster its loaded with speer gold dot 135gr +p short barrel ammo.
Snub nose revolvers,the original concealed carry guns.
I took the 642 our for some practice yesterday. I put 100 rounds of Speer Lawman 135gr fmj downrange yesterday, followed by 20 rounds of my preferred carry ammo (Gold Dot 135gr +p). I started very simply-- dumping all 5 rounds into COM at both 3 and 7 yards as quickly as I could pull the trigger (front sight and GO). I later moved to double taps to COM, reassess, and one to the head on a B-27 sillouhette target at the same ranges just to change things up a bit. Repeated both drills with the Gold Dot +p. I didn't really notice too much of a difference in recoil with the Gold Dot's from the Lawman fmj range ammo.
COM drill results--3" grouping at 3 yards, 5-7" groupings at 7 yards (again, as fast as I could pull the trigger to dump rounds into the threat). Very pleased with the results. Other drill, the 2 COM shots same result at same distances. Head shots most of the time. More practice on that one... I also ran 100 rds through an XD40 (same drills, but limiting to 5 COM at a time with the normal great results), and 50 rds each through my fathers Sig P238 and 80+ yr old Colt 1908 pocket hammerless in .380. I found I was more accurate with the 642 than the P238 (but that's a sweet little pistol) and the Colt 1908 (VERY minimal sights, but what a great shooter with a great history--it was my Grandfathers gun issued by the US Postal Service when he flew the mail in the 1920's).
It took a while to become confident in my accuracy from this little snubbie, but over the last 6 months, I feel very proficient using it. I've never felt undergunned, but knew I needed to become more accurate. I feel I'm there now, and just need to keep practicing, practicing, practicing. I did all my snubbie reloads from speed-strips as well. The Lawman 135gr fmj shoots to the same point of aim as the Gold Dot's with similar recoil. It is now my new practice ammo.
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This Model 60 in .38 came into the shop today and I just couldn't pass it up for $325 including tax and TICS. It's a hair rough, just like me. For me, that's better than a really nice one because I'm hard on stuff. I got a DeSantis Nemesis to go with it. Those are 110gr HydraShok rounds. I'm about to go shoot it. I've finally joined the snubbie club.
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It doesn't really look rough to me, only businesslike. Are you going to give us a report after you shoot it?
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Good Lord, I've been here 3&1/2 years as ICTsnub, and never posted to this thread?
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