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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 roadrash I really like those stocks and t grip Sent from my Samsung Galaxy S II using Tapatalk...

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    Quote Originally Posted by roadrash View Post
    I really like those stocks and t grip

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    I was out of the snubbie club for a while but I am back in a new shiney version. 1975 Detective Special in Nickel. Put a quick polishing on it and took some pictures to show off.



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    I just picked up a Ruger LCR .38 last weekend and took it to the range on Tuesday.

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    This was the result of the first five rounds of Remington Golden Saber 125gr+P from the box shown above. Range was about six yards with a triple tap followed by a double. You can see how that worked out by the groups. Those +P pills sure pack a bark!

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    Turns out a 6o'clock hold was NOT necessary.

    Five rounds of Golden Saber in the weapon with 2-5rd speed strips holding four rounds each (easier to load the cylinder that way) accompany me quite a bit lately.
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    Picked this up for a song: a Rossi in .357 Magnum.



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    lafayettela,
    Very, very nice! Love those grips. Where did you get them?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brady View Post
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    Very, very nice! Love those grips. Where did you get them?
    Thank you. They came with the gun when I bought it. I believe they standard on this model. I also have a 625-10 (45 ACP snubby) and it has the same grips.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lafayettela View Post
    Thank you. They came with the gun when I bought it. I believe they standard on this model. I also have a 625-10 (45 ACP snubby) and it has the same grips.
    I have concsidered this very same gun. What are you using for a holster? pics? bunker
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    Quote Originally Posted by bunker View Post
    I have concsidered this very same gun. What are you using for a holster? pics? bunker
    It is a wonderful gun. Please pardon the quality of the cell phone photos. The holster I use is from El Paso Saddlery:
    Snap-Off Elite Thumbreak

    The photos do not do it justice.





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    New pic of my Model 10-5 since the addition of a Tyler T-grip.


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    Updated pic of my 649 with Ebony wood grips. Pic of my 442 with the old grips from the 649.
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    New cocobolo grip inserts for my SP101.
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    My two Snubbies....

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    LCR in 357 and an 1977 S&W nickel 37
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    Quote Originally Posted by JimmyC4 View Post
    While I may have posted these pics earlier in a different thread, here they are again, with some comments in keeping with this thread.

    First of all the 642 w/Crimson Trace. Bought this one for my wife, since she prefers revolvers for their simplicity. The CT grips were available, she liked the idea, so we went with them. It's turned out to be her constant companion, either purse or jacket pocket in the Mika Pocket Holster.

    It's a great little gun, given its 15 ounce weight (empty) and controllable .38 recoil. The trigger was rather heavy, so we had our local gunsmith put in a different spring kit and smooth things out a bit...it was $42 well spent.

    I recommend the 642 as a great value. When you check them out, they are reasonable in price, light in weight, and carry enough punch to get them out of the mousegun category.



    Now for my snubby, an S&W nickel 36, .38 with rosewood grips...one of 300 put out by S&W. It weighs in at 5 ounces heavier than the wife's 642, which is quite noticable when carrying in the pocket, much to my surprise. It still pocket carries nicely, and I've found that I carry it a lot more than I planned when I first got it a year ago at Christmas.

    Since I planned on it being a workhorse, I had the trigger job done on this one too, and the outcome was great. It's a bit lighter, not to the point of any danger, but it is certainly smoother.

    We love our little family of snubbies!




    Another pic of my 36, "Rosie", with a little more lighting.


    my apologies for high jacking the thread, I will post pic's of my S&W snubbie later, but...........

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