The Superduper Snubbie thread

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    I am not complaining about the price. Never cheat your stomach, or your revolver.

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    The last time I checked the Federal Nyclad are still available at my LGS, I will probably stock up, just in case. I was lucky enough to come by a handful of the original 158 grain Nyclad rounds and do carry them in my 642.
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    Put some new grips on my LCR carry gun. Just in case anyone is wondering what the LCR looks like with the wood Eagle Grips on it. Here you go.



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    Beautiful! It may sound odd, but those grips really set off that gun nicely.

    Cory, I didn't think you were complaining at all, it looked more like the poster above you was.

    I'm jealous of those saying they can still get Nyclads. I haven't seen any around here at any point, but I do remember shooting some up that my grandfather had back when I didn't know the difference between FMJ and JHP, and he just said shoot whatever is in the ammo can.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DistantHorizon View Post
    Oh wow, I knew about Dan Wesson interchangeable barrels, but didn't realize they were available in 2". Dig that squared-off underlug! I'm sure the 36 is a much handier carry, but that Dan Wesson is the bees knees.
    Thanks, I do carry it from time to time in a Don Hume 721.
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    1970 Colt Cobra

    It's too bad Colt stopped production of their snubbies. What a pleasure to shoot. Locks up like a bank vault and runs like a swiss clock.
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    Quote Originally Posted by azchevy View Post
    1970 Colt Cobra

    It's too bad Colt stopped production of their snubbies. What a pleasure to shoot. Locks up like a bank vault and runs like a swiss clock.
    A Colt with nylon bullets. Now that's funny.


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    Those are standard remington 158gr lead ball. Not nylon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by azchevy View Post
    Those are standard remington 158gr lead ball. Not nylon.
    Thanks for the clarification. The bluish hues had me seeing Nyclads which struck me as amusingly "out of time."

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    FYI I believe nyclad ammo was first introduced in the late 60's which indeed makes it appropriate for the time of that weapon.

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    My new snubbie


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    Quote Originally Posted by DC View Post
    My new snubbie

    What kind of front sight? Or did you put something on it?

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    That's a pretty sharpie looking revolver. (Sorry)

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    My new snubbie


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    Quote Originally Posted by xeero View Post
    What kind of front sight? Or did you put something on it?
    Just the stock sight, I just put Orange paint on it.

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    Looks good. I was thinking of doing something similar. Not sure yet..

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