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Large Bore Snub Nose?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by TanklessPro, Dec 8, 2013.

  1. ElToro

    ElToro Well-Known Member

    I never get tired of showing of this beast. 44 triple lock. Found her as you see it. Cut down front sight Re soldered on and ground down. Lots of honest blueing wear. Pre war magna grips. I suspect the evenness of the wear and the non original but old grips the work was done many many years ago and carried as a belly gun.
  2. Drail

    Drail Well-Known Member

    XTrooper, that Reeder is maybe the most beautiful S&W I think I have ever seen. Ooooh. Aaaaah. VERY nice. Don't EVER even THINK about selling THAT ONE!
  3. XTrooper

    XTrooper Well-Known Member

    Thank you, Drail! :)
  4. Iggy

    Iggy Well-Known Member

    El Toro,

    That old warrior is just plain cool.
    Those old HEs will fool a guy on how handy they are.
  5. raa-7

    raa-7 Well-Known Member

    Real nice snub nose revolvers everyone. There's just something about that recoil everyone loves ! :D
  6. DammitBoy

    DammitBoy Well-Known Member

    Just picked up a Ruger security six with a 2.25" barrel

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  7. JohnnyCremains

    JohnnyCremains Well-Known Member

  8. CH47gunner

    CH47gunner Well-Known Member

    Couple more here -

    624nd 3" Lew Horton Special

    629-4 3"
  9. 45crittergitter

    45crittergitter Well-Known Member

    I think the Charter is about the only one that will go in a typical pocket.
  10. CovertOps

    CovertOps Member

    Hmm, no wheelgun battery is complete without one of these little snubbies, though I prefer mine in K-frame configuration as opposed to J-frame.

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  11. RealGun

    RealGun Well-Known Member

    Did we drift from the "large bore" part?
  12. RealGun

    RealGun Well-Known Member

    I love the look of that gun. What caliber?

    p.s. I'm going to guess it's a 686+ (.357), perhaps better to look at than to shoot.
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  13. Stainz

    Stainz Well-Known Member

    While .38/.357M is not a large bore... these are snubbies!


    And... technically, at a barrel length of 2.75", it certainly isn't a snubby... but it is a large bore!


  14. scaevola

    scaevola Well-Known Member

    This thread started with an Astra Terminator and I didn't see another as I read through this thread. Here's mine with a buddy -- guess which one is more fun to shoot.

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