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Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by tshaw, Oct 9, 2011.

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  1. tshaw

    tshaw Member

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    whats the smallest 38 6 or more shot revolver.. looking for something about the same size as a lcp or tcp or am i asking too much
     
  2. doc540

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    Just get a D frame, lightweight Colt and don't look back! :)

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  3. Super Sneaky Steve

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    If it has to be 6 shots and you want that size it sounds like you could use the SP101 in .327 Federal.
     
  4. tshaw

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    the sp101 is huge.. the lcr is way smaller

    and the sp101 in 38 special is smaller then the .327
     
  5. Frank V

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    I'll second the Colt!
    SP101 would be second choice.
    Frank
     
  6. wlewisiii

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    Just learn to put 5 shots where they belong and get a J-frame. ;)
     
  7. ArchAngelCD

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    The smallest "new" 6 shot 38 revolver is the Charter Arms Police Undercover. It holds 6 rounds of .38 Special and weighs only 20oz.
     
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    This.

    You really limit your revolver choices by requiring 6 rounds instead of 5.
    If you can't get it done in 5 shots, what makes you think you will do it with 6?
     
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  11. Gary A

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    Oops.
     
  12. ColtPythonElite

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    Another vote for a Colt D frame.

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  13. tshaw

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    I could deal with 5 and I'm going to look at a colt tonite
     
  14. Paladin38-40

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    Considered opinion

    Colt Detective Special if you must have 6 shots of .38.

    Three steel S&W J-frames - 5 shot - are my personal choice. Two 3", one 2".

    If it don't say Colt, Ruger, or S&W, pass it by.
     
  15. Bobson

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    Agreed. J-Frames are great.
     
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    Taurus 327 Fed Mag
     
  17. Frank V

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    Let us know what you decide.
    Frank
     
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    Colt "Dick" Special.
     
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    coltpython, any of those for sale?
     
  20. ColtPythonElite

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    Sorry click clack, I am not looking to sell any of them.
     
  21. gotboostvr

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    Whole Bunch of K frame Smith and Wessons out there for a fair price. I like my 2' 64-5
     
  22. wep45

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    check out the S&W J frames..................many choices in .38 special and .357 magnum. quality, dependability and stopping power to get the job done.
     
  23. Girodin

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    A 6 shot revolver in 38 spl is not even going to be close the size of an LCP. A 5 shot J-frame or LCR is IMO (and I own exemplars of each) notably bigger than an LCP. A revolver, let alone a six shot one is simply going to be much wider. As to the SP101 I find it to be much closer in size and to carry much more like my Glock 26 than my LCP.

    I don't have a colt D frame but it is roughly the size of a J frame.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nZRtTXNEGVA&noredirect=1

    I'll try to post some pics later or an LCP by some revolvers.
     
  24. CajunBass

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    Old Charter Arms Undercover will do the job for about half the cost of a J Frame Smith & Wesson. Not as pretty but they work. Only five shots though.

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    Good little guns for the money.

    (I know nothing about the new ones really.)
     
  25. tshaw

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    Decided on a Taurus 2" ultralite
     
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