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Old 12-09-2011, 03:43 AM   #1
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Anyone know what's the shortest model, still in production that holds at least 6 bullets of.38 specials or larger?

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Old 12-10-2011, 03:32 PM   #2
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Venturing a guess Rossi may work for you. I have read at least one good report in the gun press. Smith does not seem to be cataloging a 2 inch k frame but they do catalogue 2 inch l frames (go figure). Both Ruger and Smith sell 2 inch snubbies in 327 magnum. I would have to think hard about that option. I own 2 inch guns in both th e K frame and l frame variants they are great guns!

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S&W makes several six and 7 shooter short barrel revolvers. Also the Chiappa Rhino is a six shooter .357 mag. The Rossi model 461 is also a six shooter snub nosed. I think there are several more but these are here for starters.

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How about one of these. Knuckle Duster or My Friend pistol

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Product: Model 327
This is pretty short and 8 rounds of .357 or .38
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I am happy owner of a 2.5 inch L frame revolver. It is damn quick from the holster, more compact then the 4 inch and easier to shoot then j frame. That stated it is no where as compact or as concealable as my 2.5 inch 66 or 2 inch model 10.
The 686 is sweet in a truck console and a good back packing companion

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2inch 66 bobbed hammer slicked action! !!!!

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