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Old 05-05-2008, 01:43 PM   #1
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Whether it's still manufactured or not, most popular models can still be found or still carried by their owners.Most favorites happens to be those that are owned.
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Old 05-05-2008, 03:24 PM   #2
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It's hard to decide my favorite, as I seem to love almost any snub nose revovler. I guess if I had to pick just one, I'd say the S&W 36. Classic styling is a big appeal to me.

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Old 05-05-2008, 09:41 PM   #3
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I liked the classic model 19 S&W snub. Would buy another one if I could find one in decent shape

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I have always liked and caried the following:

1. Colt Detective Special/Colt Agent in alloy
2. S& W Model 37, 37, 38 "J" frame snubs in .38 SPCL
3. I now carry a Armscorp Model 206, (Clone of the detectives special at near 1/2 the cost! Those are my picks, I kn ow others will have thiers?

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my stepdad was a cop about 30 years ago, he has a .38 s&w snubnose thats pretty fun to shoot. honestly its the only snubnose ive had experience with, i want to try a .357 mag snubnose. anyone got on opinion on those? ie, whats the recoil, accuracy, etc.?

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I have a Rossi M88 2-inch stainless .38 spl. It's a great shooter. Amazingly accurate, if I do my part.

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My personal favorite is the Smith & Wesson M-65 3". While some would not consider that a true snub nose, it is the smallest revolver I own. .357 mag, Stainless steel, accurate and controllable with magnum ammo. I have a Smith & Wesson DAO hammer on mine so it is snag free to boot.

If I were to get a smaller revolver, it would be a Centennial series Smith & Wesson. No exposed hammer and completely enclosed action for lint free protection. The 640-1 in .357 is a great little gun. The new scandium model is a featherweight but expensive.

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I really like my 642 with Lasersights but my next will be an M&P 357 snubbie

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i really enjoy my s&w model 60 snubbie.

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My personal favorite snubby is my matching pair of taurus titaninum .44 specials.

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