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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 LoadedPipes Let's keep this puppy rolling, how about a new york reload. Even upside down and in bad lighting there's no mistaking ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoadedPipes View Post
    Let's keep this puppy rolling, how about a new york reload.

    Even upside down and in bad lighting there's no mistaking the Charter off-duty. Yea I gots one!
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    My New York Reload

    This is my primary with a super fast reload!
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    Photo_00002.jpgI wanna play too, my Smith and Wesson 642 with Gator Grips from S&W. Gun came with the grips stock, they are no longer anywhere to be found on the website.
    "The value you put on the lost will be determined by the sacrifice you are willing to make to seek them until they are found."

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    Quote Originally Posted by INccwchris View Post
    Photo_00002.jpgI wanna play too, my Smith and Wesson 642 with Gator Grips from S&W. Gun came with the grips stock, they are no longer anywhere to be found on the website.
    I like those grips.
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    Colt Commando Special

    I had this on the holster section looking for leather suggestions and somebody said I should post it with the snubbies, so here 'tis: .38sp Colt Commando Special - Parkerized version of Detective Special - only made a couple of years during the strike. Someone has done a great job on bobbing the hammer and finishing it to match and it has the best DA trigger of any gun I've ever picked up - absolutely like silk! I chose this over the SP101 because of the trigger, the weight and the fact I probably wouldn't shoot .357's anyway - plus it's a 'six shooter'. Still looking for IWB, OWB, SOB holster suggestions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skip Ellis View Post
    I had this on the holster section looking for leather suggestions and somebody said I should post it with the snubbies, so here 'tis: .38sp Colt Commando Special - Parkerized version of Detective Special - only made a couple of years during the strike. Someone has done a great job on bobbing the hammer and finishing it to match and it has the best DA trigger of any gun I've ever picked up - absolutely like silk! I chose this over the SP101 because of the trigger, the weight and the fact I probably wouldn't shoot .357's anyway - plus it's a 'six shooter'. Still looking for IWB, OWB, SOB holster suggestions.
    Beautiful weapon. Those small framed Pachmeyer grips were copied from a DaVinci drawing - well at least in artistic spirit - in my dreams.

    It's really a pity, and something we should be ashamed of, that we allowed (our Fathers are to blame) Colt to to suffocate in it's own "arrogance of triggership".

    So now we get stuck with 1911 syndrome from Colt. Fine. It's a free country - apparently.... death by market or some such burial ritual;

    Ruger or Sig or S&W, or Klock (Khar buys Glock) My Ass! If I'm going to make the newspapers I want it to be a Colt!

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    I agree, Doghandler - there's just something about a Colt! Mine came with the pre-Pachmeyer grips - kinda little and smooth. The ones in the pic came from the last gun show and don't have the Colt medallion. I may get a set of Eagle ebony Secret Service grips as soon as the budget allows.
    "I won't be wronged. I won't be insulted. I won't be laid a-hand on. I don't do these things to other people, and I require the same from them" ......... John Bernard Books, John Wayne in the Shootist

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    Here is my Colt Lawman from 1976. It is not pretty but it shoots great!!
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    BGs are color blind and don't care about prettiness. They care about "bang!" and "hurt!".

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    S&W 649 in .357 with my A.G. Russell

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1 old 0311 View Post



    S&W 649 in .357 with my A.G. Russell
    Bodygaurds are sooo ugly! If they would have made them in .357 way back when I got my 640, I would probably have bought one instead! Is that a "no lock"?
    I'm not a lawyer or a LEO, just a pantload with a computer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ICTsnub View Post
    Bodygaurds are sooo ugly! If they would have made them in .357 way back when I got my 640, I would probably have bought one instead! Is that a "no lock"?

    Yes it is pre lock. I LOVE the bodyguard style, also have a nickel 38, and a nickel 49.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1 old 0311 View Post
    Yes it is pre lock. I LOVE the bodyguard style, also have a nickel 38, and a nickel 49.
    Sweet piece!
    I'm not a lawyer or a LEO, just a pantload with a computer.

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