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Old 06-16-2012, 12:15 AM   #1
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What model of a 38 or 357 snubbie would you say has the best out of the box trigger?

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Old 06-16-2012, 12:19 AM   #2
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In my humble opinion, I would say a S&W from the 1950's.

Now for today's models, I still think a S&W is second only to the Korth.

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Any specific current model?

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My s&w m60 was the best stock trigger I've ever had.

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While I DO like my old S&W Mdl 36, and it may not be what you think of as a "snubbie"- my Dan Wesson 15-2 with a 2 inch bbl has the BEST trigger of any of my revolvers.

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For a gun that you'll find in the case at your LGS tomorrow, I find the LCR has a pretty darn nice trigger.

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The older K Frame Smiths in my opinion had the best triggers..


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What model of a 38 or 357 snubbie would you say has the best out of the box trigger?
By far, the best trigger press of a snub is the Ruger LCR, imho
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Ive not tried a lcr but the best snubbie i ever shot was a s&w chief's special .38. Best trigger ever.

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I'm biased but I would say the early 66s were top notch. I've even replaced the hammer springs in mine with a slightly lighter Wolfe and they are like butter now.

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