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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; Originally Posted by LSP972 Black T is a re-finish process that is, without question, one of the best after-market finishes available; ever. Not trying to ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by LSP972 View Post
    Black T is a re-finish process that is, without question, one of the best after-market finishes available; ever. Not trying to be a weisenheimer, but Google it for details. It is quite involved and well-known. I have several pistols done with it, one that has been carried extensively since 1992.

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    My EDC

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    337PD

    Just picked this up two days ago. Should go well with my 442.


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    LSP I have my holster on order.....he even remembered you by name! Thanks for the help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zip777 View Post
    LSP I have my holster on order.....he even remembered you by name! Thanks for the help.
    You're quite welcome. Hope you enjoy it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigJerm80 View Post
    Just picked this up two days ago. Should go well with my 442.


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    That's a real prize you have there. S&W only made the titanium cylinder models in .38 Special for six years- from 1998 to 2004. They made them without that stinking lock for less than two years. Therefore, a 337 or 342 without the lock is a rare bird indeed. I treasure my no-lock 342.

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    New LCR .357 I like the way it shoots .38's better.





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    My turn. 6 Model 60's: 2 with adjustable sights, 1 DAO NYPD gun, 1 polished, 1 standard, 1 3 inch with adjustable sights, a 49, and a 638.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1 old 0311 View Post

    a 49...
    That beauty looks cherry.

    My first J frame, purchased for a back-up when I got the job, was a nickled M-38. S&W wasn't making AirWeights in stainless/natural alloy back then, and blued duty guns won't last two days down here without constant attention. I sold it to buy a first-edition M-642. Sure wish I had kept it; I do still have the pair of M-66s I toted around until we went to bottom feeders in 1988.

    I have run across several young cops who had no clue how to even open the cylinder on a revolver. Sign of the times, I suppose...

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    Quote Originally Posted by LSP972 View Post
    That beauty looks cherry.

    My first J frame, purchased for a back-up when I got the job, was a nickled M-38. S&W wasn't making AirWeights in stainless/natural alloy back then, and blued duty guns won't last two days down here without constant attention. I sold it to buy a first-edition M-642. Sure wish I had kept it; I do still have the pair of M-66s I toted around until we went to bottom feeders in 1988.

    I have run across several young cops who had no clue how to even open the cylinder on a revolver. Sign of the times, I suppose...

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    Thanks. The 49 I got from a local collector. It has never been fired and still has the box, papers, and cleaning kit. I think I will keep it that way and just pass it down. It isn't the most expensive S&W out there but the lines just work. Kind of like a 63 XKE, or a 65 GTO. It is just a da*m machine but it is a machine you never get tired of looking at.

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    Here is my K collection: Two 2 1/2 66's, one 2 1/2 nickel 19, one stainless 3 inch 64, one 1955 four inch M&P, one nickel four inch 10-5, and a THREE INCH 66 I found at a gun show yesterday.

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    smith & wesson 640 .357 with spegel grips:



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    Those are some nice looking grips edw
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    Quote Originally Posted by got2hav1 View Post
    My 1975 Colt Detective Special



    Awesome looking revolver!
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