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    va browning man is offline Junior Member
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    S&W 340 M&P 357 balastics

    Hey there,

    was in a gun shop the other day and had a dealer saying the snub nose guns were like toys. he quoted ballistics data and said due to the super short gun the slug had no force when fired. does anyone have any data on the power difference of a snub nose versus a full size revolver etc. would really like to find out. thanks guys

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    Cool

    Sure is a lot of folks wearing a dirt over coat that might argue the point of them being a toy. If they could.

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    2" barrel 357:

    Rem 357 125 GS-1140fps
    Rem 38sp+p 158LHP-873fps

    3" barrel 357:

    Win 145 ST-1168fps
    Rem 125 GS-1210fps [all 357s]
    Fed 130 HdS-1255fps
    Corbon 110 jhp-1455fps

    These are average velocities I chronographed. Don't think they'd bounce off most folks?

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    I agree with you. if it did bounce you had better run. Thanks for the information.

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