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Small Budget 38

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by GunLvrNLearner, Apr 18, 2009.

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  1. GunLvrNLearner

    GunLvrNLearner Member

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    I have a Ruger LCP and i love the size however now i'd like a very small lightweight 38,i guess theres not really a so called pocket revolver but what are my options if any from this

    1. Very small easily concealable(carried in a pocket however realize prolly not likely)
    2. new
    3. 300 dollars or under
    4. Handles plus p ammo

    What are my options if any? Thanks

    If anyone has suggestions of 327 or other calibers that you think would fit i love to hear it,which i know rare calibers you run into ammo probs ect. Thanks again
     
  2. mbt2001

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    Rossi makes some nice snubs, so does Charter Arms and Taurus. Slightly more expensive than the Taurus in Ruger.

    No, Armscor makes one (linked: http://www.centerfiresystems.com/AC-M206.aspx) I don't have experience with them. Somone on the board bought a 4" .38 and pumped 200 rounds through it with no issues. Might be worth a look.

    I almost think that you can't go wrong for the price. $189.00... .38's are pretty basic guns. I doubt it is +p rated, but from a snub I don't think it is a big loss either way.
     
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    My friend has one of the Armscor .38 snubbies and I was pleasantly surprised when I shot it. It worked very well for a gun with such a low selling price. The finish level wasn't the best but the mechanics were just fine. It also shot to POA at self-defense distances and was built like a brick you-know-what house. The spurless one with the 2" barrel is Model M206A and it weighs 25 ounces.
     
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