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Old 10-26-2008, 12:36 AM   #31
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I've got a SW 637 Airweight for general carry but am looking for a used SW Model 60-4 with the 3" bbl. Passed one up at a show 8 or 10 months ago -

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Old 10-26-2008, 10:41 PM   #32
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There are two snubnose in our house right now Smith &Wesson model 60
the wife claims as hers and my charter house bulldog 44spl. (an old 70's one
) The 44spl has too much recoil for my wife but she game to give it a try!

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Old 11-09-2008, 12:55 PM   #33
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Here's mine,

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Old 11-09-2008, 07:01 PM   #34
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Default Charter .44spl. Snubby

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There are two snubnose in our house right now Smith &Wesson model 60
the wife claims as hers and my charter house bulldog 44spl. (an old 70's one
) The 44spl has too much recoil for my wife but she game to give it a try!
I've got a Charter2000 .44spl. Bulldog Pug too 'Stetson'-(made in Shelton, Conn.)-. I love it. With its 2" bbl. its real easy to carry for something with that much knock down power. They 'do' kick a fuss & make some noise tho don't they?! <<g>> A
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Old 11-09-2008, 10:18 PM   #35
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Well, I only have one snubbie, a S&W 640 in .38spl, I've got to wait until tomorrow or Tuesday until I can get my hands on it (damned mandatory waiting periods!!). It should be a perfect summer carry revolver (I work in shorts and a polo shirt, not much room for much else).

I'm thinking about getting Crimsom Trace grips for it. Do you guys find them useful? They are quite pricey, but if they are worth it I'll get them.

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Old 11-19-2008, 04:49 PM   #36
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Got to be my S&W 36 with Hydrashoks. Never leave home without it.

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Current favorite: S&W M&P 340. Wow. Light, powerful, good sights for a J-Frame and oh-so-ccw-firendly-to-carry.

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I'd have to say a S&W 19 and 66. The model 15 is pretty cool with a short barrel. And some of those Fritz jobs that they do.

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I have an old 70's Charter Arms 38 spec. Police Undercover 6 Shot, with the Shaved Hammer. I havent seen many of them old Charter Arms that are Six Shots. I dont know if the 6 shot cylinder was aftermarket or stock.

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