Not sure if I posted here but love my SP Attachment 70085Attachment 70086
Even though this tread will be 5 years old Tuesday I don't think it is to late to show off my snubby.
Taurus 651 357mag
I was going to show off his big brother a Taurus 66 6" barrel but I don't seem to have a picture.
Teach may I ask knife that is?
This is my only snub currently. It's also on loan to my mom for her CC weapon.
Smith and Wesson 640 in 357.
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My S&W Model 19 2.5". Hogue round butt grips make for a great grip and it shoots very well. A nicely balanced gun. I could see carrying this gun. Photos to follow.
Need to get a holster, OWB strong side or cross draw hmmmm?
Man ya are killing me. The more I see the more I think down the road I need to add a true snubbie. My sp101 is 3 inch so it really dont fall into the snubbie category.I hope this thread never dies.Probally my favorite thread anywhere.
I picked up a Taurus 605 a few weeks ago. I was a little nervous because my last Taurus revolver purchase was a disaster. This little gun, however, seems to be solid. It is extremely accurate for me and I'm not a great shot. I grouped 38 SPL 158 gr LRN in a 1 inch group at 21 feet. I shot two different power 357 loads. 125 Gr JHP with 7.0 and 7.9 grains of Unique. The lighter loads were still very accurate (about 2 inch groups), but the heavier load was a lot less fun, and accuracy suffered. I still hit the target with every shot, but the spread was bigger. Still would hit the BG every time, but follow-up shots not as easy.
I think this little gun is a keeper, and it has been easier to pocket carry than anything else I've had.
Over the last 42 years I have had a lot of snubbies, almost all that Colt and S&W ever made. It started with a Colt Detective Special and went on from there. Up till this year I was a fir S&W man but now I have two Ruger LCR's. I just prefer their triggers and the light weight compared to my beloved Smiths. I am waiting for a Model 60 to become available though because I just do not feel right without a S&W in my stable.
Here's my latest three snubbies a S&W Model 19, Model 27, and a Python (1963):