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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 Kimberpackn Left to me by my dad....been looking for a cross draw holster to carry it Simply Rugged Holsters...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kimberpackn View Post


    Left to me by my dad....been looking for a cross draw holster to carry it
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    SonnyCrockets nice pre-lock 442

    SonnyCrocket that sure is a beauty .. i looks like a pre-lock 442
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    Here's my recently aquired Ruger SP101, now with Badger wood grips and a XS bigdot sight installed. Love this gun!

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    Hey, it's a snubby! My newest addition. Just picked it up today. Can't wait to put lots of rounds through it.





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    S&w 649-2 edc

    Newly purchased daily carry gun: S&W 649-2 Bodyguard circa 1994, Pachmayr Professional Carry grips, Galco Combat Master 158 holster, HKS speedloaders

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glockville View Post
    Newly purchased daily carry gun: S&W 649-2 Bodyguard circa 1994, Pachmayr Professional Carry grips, Galco Combat Master 158 holster, HKS speedloaders

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    THat Bodyguard is SO ugly that it's pretty! Ol'School GAT...LOVE IT! Good Luck with it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by sinzitu View Post
    Not my first snubbie... but my first .44Magnum Snub.

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    DANG! Sweet hand cannon ya got there... I'd be proud to tote that baby around anywhere.



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    Quote Originally Posted by DustyBottoms View Post
    Here's my recently aquired Ruger SP101, now with Badger wood grips and a XS bigdot sight installed. Love this gun!

    I'm mostly a semi-auto guy for CC, but MAN, that is a sharp looking little wheelie! My first revolver was a Security Six, way back when, and I still like Ruger .357's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kilowatt3 View Post
    I'm mostly a semi-auto guy for CC, but MAN, that is a sharp looking little wheelie! My first revolver was a Security Six, way back when, and I still like Ruger .357's.

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    Thanks man,

    This is my first revolver, and with the boot grip she feels so good in the hand and points effortlessly.

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    Agreed... the bodyguard is like the humpback cousin, hehe... I originally purchased a nice 640 internal hammer .38 version however it developed cylinder latch problems so i swapped it for the bodyguard.. the 640 is gorgeous and the internal hammer is much smoother but i'm growing to like the bodyguards snag free profile and ability to shoot single action.. So far it's a great shooter with low recoil.
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    Cool

    The 649 as an "Old School Gat" yeah that's a good name to call it.

    I've been carrying bottom feeders for SD for many years, but now as a retired LEO I have been rotating some of my snubbies into the mix.

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    P.S. Badger does make a good looking grip.

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    Packpacking duo:

    11.4 oz S&W 340PD no lock (scandium frame, titanium cylinder, stainless barrel liner, 357)
    20 oz Taurus 415ti (total titanium ported 41 mag)

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    Quote Originally Posted by gottabkiddin View Post
    DANG! Sweet hand cannon ya got there... I'd be proud to tote that baby around anywhere.



    Thanks. It is probably one of the best looking handguns I own. It is very manageable with standard pressure 240gr loads. The XTP 200 & 240gr rounds really wake it up.

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    People can say what they want about snubbies, but who is going to argue with a .44?

    I really like that LCR .22 and I plan on getting one in .38 and .22
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    If the Old Model Vaquero is 5 1/2", is it still a snubbie like the 4" 500?

    Here is a 35 cal for thin skins,
    a 41 250 gr for Black bear,
    a 45 300 gr for brownies,
    and a 500 440gr for Jurassic Park,

    with some bottom feeders for comparison.
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