I'm a fan of shorter barrels. I own a 3 inch, a 3 1/2 inch and a 4 inch. No not 4 3/4, 4 inch
Most of mine are colts but I also have several N frame smiths with 3 inch barrels. All are superbly balanced and shoot great.
I don't know why. I am one of the many who love them. As mentioned, handiness and balance are two attributes I enjoy.
I like mine. I laughingly refer to it as the worlds loudest 22.
I was thinking about cartridge setback with that tiny (Herett) shoulder as well. I would probably opt for the 357 maximum
My first smith was a snub nosed model 10. I loved the feel of mechanical things doing their jobs to perfection. Back in those days I was so young...
I have the same problem, but with D frames.
I tried using one a few years ago but my hands are just too large and I found I could not manipulate the tiny gun well if at all.
Yes Mr. Newtons rules still apply. My Bulldog wears pachys. I shoot 200 grain bullets with either unique or trail boss depending on the application.
Very nice project Strawhat. Long time no see. Good to hear from you again
A three inch barrel for my Python.
I just had some major surgery but can't wait to get out the range and burn some charcoal
Looking forward to replies since I don't know.
Mine would be a 3 inch Python
Beautiful piece there. You don't often find them in such nice condition. I really like the 32s. Mild report and minimal recoil. Just huge fun...
Frankly I had no idea there were slip gun affictionados out there. I honestly don't think I've ever seen one, though Elmer Keith certainly did...
I own and like them both but I'm a 44 special guy. Fell in love with the cartridge decades ago probably started because of Skeeter Skelton.
With VERY careful bending you may be able to get enough tension on the mainspring to eliminate light strikes. It requires patience, trial and...
I have let's just say I have "more than one" cobra. I shot a qualification this year with my new king cobra. Shot like a dream.
Very nice. Glad you're pleased with it. I've been collecting and shooting D frames for years and think them to be about perfect for snubbies
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