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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 1 old 0311 Those are the Combat Magnums. Here is a pic of the entire S&W clan. Awesome collection my friend, truly ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1 old 0311 View Post
    Those are the Combat Magnums. Here is a pic of the entire S&W clan.
    Awesome collection my friend, truly awesom.
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    My "new" S&W 36 (no dash, flat latch), born in the early 60s. The only snubbie I currently own.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gottabkiddin View Post
    Awesome collection my friend, truly awesom.
    Thanks. It doesn't really take $ mostly just time. I am a 100% disabled Vet. Every month I put a few bucks aside till I get $400-$600. Then I hit the gun shows and DON'T buy till I find the right deal, last 7 shows I have bought 1 gun. After 40 years you end up with a nice collection. Well I do drive a 14 year old car, and eat a lot of rice, tuna fish, and Ramon noodles, but where does yesterdays T-bone steak end up?
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    I like that a lot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1 old 0311 View Post
    Those are the Combat Magnums. Here is a pic of the entire S&W clan.

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    wow!...

    oh my!...

    where am I?...

    what was I going to say?... say?... oh yeah.... say, that's real nice!...

    'xcuse me while I go clean up.
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    Here's my Charter Arms Mag Pug loaded with Gold Dot 158-grain .357s.

    Swapped out the grips for some Pachmayr Compacs.

    This little gun is light and feels great in the hand. With .357s, it's a fire-breathing beast.

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    Wheel guns just don't look like they mean business unless they're loaded. And a loaded snub .357 looks mean.
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    S&W 637 wearing Altamont grips



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    Here's mine,

    S&W 625-4 3", yeah I know it's an N frame, Superduper Snubbie?
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    S&W 640 357mag
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    Finally got all of my snubbies out of the safe to count them

    Figured I'd post a pic before they started multiplying again.

    Here's my humble collection, with my two GP100 3" revolvers excluded because they didn't look "snubbie" enough in a group pic.

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    Have my 2.25" SP101 in 357...but she is still bone stock so no picture. I do have a comment and please don't "hate on me"....but everytime I see a Smith revolver with internal lock my eyes go right to the lock opening no matter how sharp the grips are or anything else. I HATE that ugly hole! I always owned(and loved) Smith DA revolvers but I can't bring myself to own one with that dopey UGLY LOCK !!
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    Don't have a picture, I carry a S&W Stainless 686, 357. Love it, except it sounds like a cannon.

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    Bump a GOOD thread

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    Smith & Wesson Model 625-10

    .45 ACP

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    Smith & Wesson Model 625-10

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