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    Gotta love snubby's!

    Gotta love snubby's!



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    Very nice collection of J Frames and Dicks. Usually one likes either S&W or Colt revolvers, my dad was a Colt man and I have always favored Smiths. Regards, Richard :-D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard
    Very nice collection of J Frames and Dicks. Usually one likes either S&W or Colt revolvers, my dad was a Colt man and I have always favored Smiths. Regards, Richard :-D
    Richard: Thanks...

    Truth be known, I'm an "equal opportunity" firearms lover... :-D


    Best Wishes,

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    very nice collections, i am grindin my teeth for a ruger alaskan in .454.

    danny

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    Nice collection of noise makers. :-D

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    PX, is it that a Bersa Thunder 45? If so, it is a great pistol at a very reasonable price. I use my Bersa Thunder 45 for car/carry and I honestly prefer it to a Sig P220. Regards, Richard :-D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard
    PX, is it that a Bersa Thunder 45? If so, it is a great pistol at a very reasonable price. I use my Bersa Thunder 45 for car/carry and I honestly prefer it to a Sig P220. Regards, Richard :-D

    Richard: The Bersa pictured is actually a Bersa Thunder 9 (Ultra Compact), with a CAT Laser..




    I've been totally surprised to find out my BT9/UC is actually as accurate as my all time favorite, the Sig P239..

    In addition the BT9/UC has a capacity of 13+1, and you've gotta love that!

    Bersa's are in my estimation highly underrated, under appreciated, and under the radar of most American pistol owners/purchasers and a wonderful pistol for the money...



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    im liking that wunder 9 ultra compact bersa.nice size what country makes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by scoop
    im liking that wunder 9 ultra compact bersa.nice size what country makes?

    Bersa's/Firestorms are made in Argentina. The most popular Bersa seems to be the Bersa Thunder 380, but I prefer the 9mm round, so I went with the larger model pictured.

    I have no qualms about recommending the Bersa/Firestorm line of pistols. Both of mine have been 100% reliable and very accurate.

    I had to have a local dealer special order the Bersa Thunder 9 (UC) because it's very hard to find locally. It retailed for around $440, but I only paid $305+tax.

    Check 'em out on www.BersaTalk.com. Lots of happy Bersa/Firestorm owners there to help you with any questions.

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    J. Pomeroy

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    i found this pic on another forum awhile back and have fallen head over heels with this gun, unfortunately i can't remember who's it was, or what model it is. if anyone here can identify it would be greatly appreciated.


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    Hello. I believe that is the hard to find 3" Model 66.

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    yep, i just discovered in another revolver thread that it is in fact a 66-4. the pic and the gun both belong to gixerman.

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    :-D It is obvious that the snubs do not have to be j frames

    I don't carry this much but it will do the job. [img:640:480:e76b51bc3b]http://www.fototime.com/B77CE26731F3289/standard.jpg[/img:e76b51bc3b]

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    Tauri and Smith.

    605.

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    85 UltraLite.


    [img:640:483:c6fafc5edd]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v22/denfoote/NewGrips1.jpg[/img:c6fafc5edd]


    Smith 65-6LS.


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    Re: Gotta love snubby's!

    Quote Originally Posted by PX
    Gotta love snubby's!
    [img:576:432:9c68713393]http://i9.photobucket.com/albums/a73/Laserlips/100_5040.jpg[/img:9c68713393]


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    are those tyler tee's on the dick?god that first black one is gorgious gorge1

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