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Old 06-18-2012, 06:21 PM   #1
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Looking for a .357 snub what is a good cheap and reliable brand

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Old 06-18-2012, 06:22 PM   #2
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I like the Ruger SP101 it's a 5 shot.
Taurus is legit too for the price.

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Old 06-18-2012, 06:31 PM   #3
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My father has the sp101 .357 ruger, great gun fires all day looks great and even through its a snub nose its accurate at 50 yards! Got his for $580 i believe.

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My father has the sp101 .357 ruger, great gun fires all day looks great and even through its a snub nose its accurate at 50 yards! Got his for $580 i believe.
Yea it's a great gun.
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Replace the word 'cheap' with 'affordable' and you'll get a better response.

Would you trust your life with somethng 'cheap'...I know I wouldn't...

What is going to be it's intended use...SD, plinking, CCW? That info can help us help you narrow it down.

I have the Ruger LCR in .357 and have no complaints...

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Smith and Wesson or Ruger...in the long run this is the better way to go.

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Lol well I want an aforidable 357 snub..and mostly ccw. I might use it to replace my xd9 as my main carry gun and leave the xd for my feionce and since its a revolver I shouldn't have to worry bout a backup gun

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Ruger SP101 and for a more concealable carry, Ruger LCR .357 mag

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How long is the barrel on the lcr

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I picked up a 2" EAA Windicator for $298 otd on Friday. Damn 9% tax!

Shot 52 rounds of 38+p on Sunday and loved it. Replacing a spurless hammer Taurus 85. The Taurus was painful to shoot. Hurt the finger to pull and the hand when it went bang.

The EAA was a pleasure to shoot. The trigger is vertically grooved but had a shorter and lighter pull than the Taurus. It did start to become uncomfortable to pull. In S/A which the Taurus can't do...I could have shot all day long.

Gun is heavy and thick but I love it.

Going to be HD gun for wife.

Will try some 357 next month.

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