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Some K-Frame "Snubbies" For Your ENJOYMENT...

Discussion in 'The Snubbie Club' started by mikey357, Jul 23, 2011.

  1. mikey357

    mikey357 CLM

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    Snubbies...Snubbies...Did SOMEBODY say "Snubbies"???

    Well, let's look at some K-Frame "Snubbies"...First up is a NICE Model 19, two-and-a-half inch barrel...

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    ...next are a three-inch Model 65 and a two-and-a-half inch Model 66...

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    ...then, a three-inch Model 65 "LadySmith" and a two-inch Model 64...

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    ...last is a WELL-WORN Model 13 with the three-inch barrel...Hope you ENJOY!....mikey357

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  2. Berto

    Berto woo woo

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    Beautiful collection.^^^^

    I just have this Seattle Police model 10-5

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  3. mikey357

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    It's kinda' FUNNY, I guess, but I always seem to be "A Day Late And A Dollar Short" on coming up with a Model 10 "Snubbie"...Oh, the SAD STORIES I could tell! :crying: Nice one, Berto!....mikey357
     
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    How about a pre model 10 M&P.

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    My first off-duty pistol was a 2" Model 10. I bought it NIB for $76 in 1970.
     
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    Nice collection, though I prefer fixed-sight K-frame snubs. I have a 3" 65 and 2" 64. I'd love to add some more 2" 64s to my collection, not to mention a 2" Model 12 RB (or 3 or 5).
     
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    really nice guys I really like to shoot one of them. I have a fullsize L-Frame that I love and J-Frame they need a middle family member.
     
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    I will post a pic of my Model 12 with a 2 inch barrel when I get a chance to.
     
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    Here is my model 12. It is so light and easy to carry.
     
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    If you are still interested, there a quite a few used M64 2" guns on GunBroker right now.

    I have two M64-2 2" guns that I got in recent years. One cost me $400 and the other was $175. I overpaid for one and underpaid for the other so I think it evened out pretty well. When I added the two prices and divided by two I feel pretty good about it.

    I also just got a M12 2" off of GB for $379. I'm in the process of doing some customization right now. Painted front sight, bobbed hammer, serrations removed from the trigger, new grips and a trigger job.

    I will follow up with pictures when it is completed.
     
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    Very nice....Who makes those grips?? .....I kick myself for getting rid of both of my M&P M-10 2"....:sad:
     
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    Here's my M12-2 2" I just got for easy warm weather carry. I bobbed the hammer, removed the trigger serrations, put in a spring kit and painted the front sight. I also added a Tyler T-grip and will shoot it this way for a bit to see if anything else needs changed.

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    Probably my favorite on this page so far. I would love a retired police gun of any kind someday but a revolver would be my first choice.
     
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    Sorry about the late response, those are from Thailand. I ordered them on Ebay. They worked out nicely for this gun, and cost ~ $30.
     
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    Just got my Smith 66 snub today, and will post some pics of gun and leather and Eagle grips soon...
     
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    Right on. Congrats, those are a very desirable gun right there.
     
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    You got it Berto!
    I bought it new back in 2000. It's a 66-5, which is the last model before the internal lock came along. They quit making them all together around 2005.

    I sold it to my Dad along the way, to finance some plastic fantastic, and have recently been converting to revolver-only for carry.

    So, I ditched the Ruger SP101 in favor of the 66 snub!
    No contest, the Smith has an amazing trigger!
    I had forgotten how bad azz the trigger on a Smith could be!

    Took it to the range today, and from self-defense distances...it seemed like I was superman...tight tight groups, all center mass.

    I even shot it from 25 yards (Never would do that with the SP101) and it was like shooting a target pistol.

    Man, am I glad to have it back, and will never get rid of it.
    I am carrying it in a brand new Tucker Texas Heritage IWB, and now that colder weather is here...a Galco Speed Scabbard OWB.

    House sitting right now, but when I have my own camera...tons of K-frame snubbie porn to follow.