Originally Posted by onenut58
Barrel length has no bearing on accuracy.A bullet flys straight out of any length tube. But short barrels make for short sight pictures.The gun is also lighter and balances different. With practice a snub barreled gun can be shot as accurately as a long barrel. For a new shooter a longer barrel is way easier to master.Short barrels are not as powerful as longer barrels and there for the bullet has more drop at distance.So being able to hit with a less than four inch barrel takes a lot of practice and different hold over on targets.
I think I'll be sticking with the longer barrels. It'll be easier for more people thanks.
And Donn, I've looked at them, but I wanted something in double action