Gut Rumbles
 

October 12, 2004

here it is

Wanna see the gun I intend to buy? There's a picture right here.

That is a sweet pistol.

Comments

I had one of those (actually two, but only one was a four inch) that I sold in a fit of stupidity several years agone. It was a dandy little carry gun.

If you shoot .357's in it, make sure to wear ear protection. It'll make your ears ring. .38's aren't too bad about it.

Posted by: Dave on October 12, 2004 11:56 AM

Sweet!!!

Posted by: Sam on October 12, 2004 12:33 PM

Personally, I like stainless.

When I got out of law school, I bought myself a 7-shot Smith & Wesson .357 in satin stainless with a 6" barrel. As a graduation present. I wanted a Colt, but due to the stupid sons of bitches who sued the gun companies, they were not available new at that time.

If you shoot .38's with a .357, you are a total pansy. It won't teach you a damn thing about shooting .357 ammunition.

Posted by: Steve H. on October 12, 2004 12:44 PM

There is nothing wrong shooting 38's in a 357 mag. It is cheaper to use them and they are also good for target practice. I can kill you with a 38, just as easy as a 357. You don't know what pussies are, Cat.

Posted by: Catfish on October 12, 2004 01:28 PM

Mine has a 4 5/8 inch barrel, and an extra cylinder for shooting 9mm. I'm looking to buy another to do Cowboy Action Shooting

Posted by: Tom on October 12, 2004 01:46 PM

Yep, got one, .357 mag six inch. Oh, and yes it will make your ears ring!

Posted by: shiftzz on October 12, 2004 01:47 PM

You lose a lot of velocity in a short barrel, so actually one of the best self defense loads for a snubbie .357 is a..38 with an inverted wadcutter bullet. That's what I carried in my 2 3/4 Secruity-Six for years.

I realize a four inch barrel is not a snub nose, I'm just making an observation.

Stainless or blued doesn't matter to me, I can rust either one of 'em!

Posted by: Dave on October 12, 2004 01:48 PM

Not a bad gun at all.

Posted by: Chris on October 12, 2004 03:03 PM

I don't like that kind of grip, as they tend to turn in your hand easily.

I like the more modern revolver grip, like on the S&W model 13.. I would recommend a 6" barrel if you don't care about concealed, otherwise get a shorty.

What's great about revolvers is that they cannot jam, ever. Bad news is re-loading time is longer than an auto.

Posted by: david on October 15, 2004 07:57 AM
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