My new little toy!!

Discussion in 'Revolver Handguns' started by lukeisme, Aug 19, 2010.

  1. lukeisme

    lukeisme New Member

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    So after years of looking at them I finally broke down and bought one. This one is a 22mag. I have to say that while not the most accurate thing in the world its cool as hell. I love the XS sight on the front. Are there any tips or tricks that you guys or gals know to make this just a little but more fun???

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  2. DrumJunkie

    DrumJunkie New Member

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    It's just a belly gun. It's not made to shoot anything farther away than the end of your arm. I'm not sure what you mean by making it more fun. It's pretty much the thing you whip out right before your knife. I guess being it's range you can make it fun to try and hit a target at any range beyond five feet. All that matters is you liked it enough to add it to your collection. I have a little 38 spl Derringer. I never use it but it is fun to look at.:)
     

  3. Gordo323

    Gordo323 New Member

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  4. lukeisme

    lukeisme New Member

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    What I mean by more fun is things like lasers do they work on these or things like that. Yes I understand they are not a long range shooter but I can hit a 4 inch plate at 15 yards with it. 38 spl Derringer I think that would be a kick in the butt to shoot!!!:)
     
  5. CA357

    CA357 New Member Supporter

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    Buy the factory bayonet. :D
     
  6. DrumJunkie

    DrumJunkie New Member

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    Kick would be the operative word there LOL!!! Being they have no real barrel the round tends to tumble pretty quick so accuracy and Derringer don't really work in the same sentence. I really bought the thing off an old woman that I was afraid that she might hurt herself with it. I bought it and found her a little 38 snubby to keep in her night stand. It's funny to see peoples reaction when I get it out and put it with the rest of my pistols. I have a pic somewhere. If I can find it I'll post it. It's funny to see this tiny little thing among all the "real" pistols.

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    Here's the little thing amoung all the real guns..he
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  7. CA357

    CA357 New Member Supporter

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    That's a good looking family ya' got there DJ.
     
  8. junho806

    junho806 New Member

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    especially that top row right there
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  9. lukeisme

    lukeisme New Member

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    Nice collection there DJ!!! Yeah you are right it does look like the infant in the group. Still dont think I would want to see it pointed at me. That might hurt!!! :D
     
  10. DrumJunkie

    DrumJunkie New Member

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    heh..Thanks guys. I'm realy feeling a need top add another handgun or two. I want to get some type of 357 and a lever rifle to go with it. I have a 44 to go with the 44 in that pic.

    Back to topic...
    That thing is tiny isn't it? Can you imagine trying to shoot something with that??? It'll keyhole a target at 10 yards.

    I'll agree that top row is my personal favorite. Believe it or not that snubby there is really rare. I got it pretty cheap then went to look it up to get a history and it's a Jovino custom job. Great shooter. It's a Smith Mod. 25-2 that was made into a snubby back in the 80's. I traded a GP 100 to it and come to find out that it's worth around 800-1100 bucks. I was kind of wishing ti was a Lew Horton model but the Jovino's are not at all common either.
     
  11. freefall

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    My nearest neighbor found the way to make one of those REALLY fun is to hold it in the palm of your left hand as you let the hammer down on a live round. Took his left little finger about six weeks to heal up.