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Old 05-25-2009, 2:11 PM
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nice line up
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Nice!!!!!!!!!!! Looking good
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One for the big bore crowd.....

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Nice Colt Dective special!!!!!
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Those are some nice snubbies.
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Almost looks kinda snubby...love the .44's!
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Dude what is that front handle thingy on the Model 40? Where can I get one? Very nice J frame by the way!!
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Geez, that this has to hurt when you fire of some .454s!!!
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Dude what is that front handle thingy on the Model 40? Where can I get one? Very nice J frame by the way!!
Tyler T-Grip

http://www.t-grips.com/
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My 629 can be a handful... can't imagine a full on .454 out of that tube.... but dang that is a nice piece either way.

Well done... and a good looking photo as well.
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Ok, I can post a proper, all stainless version of the line up I had posted earlier.

From the top:

J frame 640(no dash) .38 Spl
K frame 66-2 .357 Mag
L frame 686-4+ .357 Mag
N frame 629-1 .44 Mag

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New member here, nice snubbies everyone. Here is my Colt Agent (alloy framed Detective Special) from 1984 -


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Damn I knew shouldn't have opened this thread now I want one! That K frame 357 done did it
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Damn I knew shouldn't have opened this thread now I want one! That K frame 357 done did it
You mean this one?



It's dead sexy!
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S&W 66 3" .357mag
S&W 60 3" .38spl
S&W 642 38spl
S&W 60 .357mag
S&W 36 .38spl
Colt Det Spl .38spl
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Here's my .45 ACP stubby....
scandium frame, titanium cylinder
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Some very pretty snubbies here...


Here is my one and only: M&P 340

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I never owned a J-Frame until 2004 and that's when I found out what I'd been missing. The pocket autos are gone, replaced with more reliable hardware.


S&W Model 31's, both in .32 S&W Long. Fun shooters.


S&W 432PD, .32 H&R Magnum, six shots.


Snapshot of my 042 and 649. They now wear boot grips.


S&W 15-3: A snubby with a square butt and target sights. Go figure.


One of the last Model 66's - it shoots like a dream too.


Model 19: Too sexy for its holster.
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SP-101, my camping/trail/knockabout gun.


Model 25 Snubbie. The front-end view is spectacular.


S&W 657 - "Nite Sun" because it'll light up a city block at night
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Ok ,here is one I just scored. Colt Cobra 1952 ,1st edition, no turn line ,maybe unfired. It is coming in from a dealer in Pa. who {is now} a Ca. friendly 01 FFL .
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I only have two snub nosed revos. 66-2 and a 640 no dash.

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Colt DS



S&W model 10



S&W Nickel 19



Pair S&W model 30



The rotation...S&W 642 (.38spl), S&W 696 (.44spl), Colt Officer's ACP (.45) all in Andrew's Custom Leather

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Beau-T-ful! IIRC, it was your 66 that inspired me to get those combat grips for mine. Check out posts #14 and 17 of this thread if you haven't already.


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Man, I love this thread! I don't know what it is about snubs, but they just look awesome!
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LOL! I did see those post. Sending you a PM.
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Why are Snubbies so attractive and sought after? Maybe 'cuz they are like a good GF. They are short , well built ,and make a hell of a ruckus and can breathe fire in the bedroom at 2:30 am.
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Why are Snubbies so attractive and sought after? Maybe 'cuz they are like a good GF. They are short , well built ,and make a hell of a ruckus and can breathe fire in the bedroom at 2:30 am.
You must not be married yet. I remember those early late night or early morning fire breathing events. I agree.
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Actually ....I am happily married to a true 'snubbie' ,and have been for years.
We even did UOC at our wedding. She wanted a 12 Ga. for X-mas last year ,and she is a fine hand with it. She also has a .380 PPK ,a Sig 2220, and an AR 'mouse' .556. Wonderful lady ! {even if she did make me go to "Yes,dear" school.}
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Some real nice stuff here guys, keep 'em coming!
I'm a snub & S&W fan myself - here's a couple of mine.

Bruce

Model 624ND 3" Lew Horton Special (.44 Spl.)


Model 629-4 3" (.44 Mag.)


Model 19-6 2 1/2" (.357 Mag.)


Model 60ND 2" (.38 Spl.)
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Model 629-4 3" (.44 Mag.)

Wow, this thing has to hurt with these grips! I have the stock monogrip on mine and it's a handful, I can't imagine these.

Sure looks nice, though
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Model 629-4 3" (.44 Mag.)
That is definitely a nice looking snubbie with a big bark/bite. I wonder if Tyler will make a T grip made of same material as the stag antler grip? Keep 'em coming.
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Thanks guys, pretty but not too functional.

Definitely caught me by suprise!
I've been shooting .44 Mags for years and knew that there was going to be a boom. I fired a few .44 Spl's thru it first, to get a bit of a feel for it, and then tried some 240 gn. Magnum loads. Jeez, what a boomer she is and talk about throwing a flame!
I've changed the grips back to the Hogue rubbers, shoot .44 Specials recreationally, and with enough Magnums to keep it familiar, she's my backwoods/bear gun when camping or fly-fishing in Montana.
I've put the Stag grips & T-Grip on the 624 to save the original Combat grips.
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meet my little carry friend

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Cool little Colt! I had an Agent with the bolt on shroud and the short grips/T grip combo years ago.....really wish I had not sold it now
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Here are a couple of mine

Colt Diamondback .38 2 1/2" with a set of Farrant grips


S&W 66-1 .357 2 1/2" with a set of Stags
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An S&W short model 19 .357 .... with rubber grips .... is that a good looking telephone, or what? How about all the other crap on my desktop?
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Colt Diamondback .38 2 1/2" with a set of Farrant grips


S&W 66-1 .357 2 1/2" with a set of Stags
Sweet! Makes my old model 19 look like nobody here knows how to take a photograph. I have more guns in my modest collection, and I am looking forward to posting more images. In the meantime, does anyone have a good garden salad ready for consumption?
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