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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; 2 1/2-inch K-Frame Combat Magnums are the very best .357 Magnum snubs in the world and are the most appropriate way to do the .357 ...

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    2 1/2-inch K-Frame Combat Magnums are the very best .357 Magnum snubs in the world and are the most appropriate way to do the .357 Magnum in a concealable revolver.

    Hey, ol 3011;

    Do you have a very favorite among all that treasure trove of Combat Magnum goodness?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bmcgilvray View Post
    2 1/2-inch K-Frame Combat Magnums are the very best .357 Magnum snubs in the world and are the most appropriate way to do the .357 Magnum in a concealable revolver.

    Hey, ol 3011;

    Do you have a very favorite among all that treasure trove of Combat Magnum goodness?

    The two 3" 66's are the most valuable but actually I like a nickel 19. They just look so right!
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    Nice indeed. Quite the opposite of the minimalist thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1 old 0311 View Post


    Now that's a fine collection. I could lose myself in all that goodness.

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    My first but I believe it will not be my last. Very nice gun and am very glad I bought it. I may be moving my LC9 for another one of these.
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    I think nickeled revolvers always look the nicest. You can polish stainless all you want, but the warmth just isn't the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DistantHorizon View Post
    I think nickeled revolvers always look the nicest. You can polish stainless all you want, but the warmth just isn't the same.
    Plated metal is warm and nice just like fake boobs. It's just a coating on the real thing.

    It's a good thing any firearms manufacturer will never hire me as a machine shop supervisor. You'd get solid wearable steel in brown or black.......... your choice. *

    Polymer choices could be infinite but don't try and choose anything that doesnt' match brown or black.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doghandler View Post
    Plated metal is warm and nice just like fake boobs. It's just a coating on the real thing.

    Quote of the WEEK!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Geezer Glide View Post


    Good gun with honest wear. A++++++++++++++++
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    Geezer Glide;

    That Smith & Wesson Model 10 is one of the very best yet under-appreciated snubbies!


    I gotta ask. Why is nickel plating any more false than all the other various and sundry platings, coatings, and processes that are so popular on many of today's pistoles?
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    Not my first snubbie... but my first .44Magnum Snub.

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    Hope this is what you were looking for. Bunker
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    No pic (iPhone) but I love my ruger LCR 38+p with night sight. Trigger is super smooth out of box, recoil is very manageable with the stock hogue grips, and it carries like nothing in front pocket. Love this gun.

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