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Thread: Snubbies Don't Shoot?

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    Default Snubbies Don't Shoot?

    I've had this Dan Wesson .357 revolver with a 2.5 inch barrel for a few months now and have shot it many times outdoors. With the cold weather comming soon I figured i'd load up some 158 grain, lead semi wad cutters in .38 Specials for the indoor range.(No Jacketed Ammo Allowed Indoors) Check it out. This snubbie shoots.
    I shot this at 50 feet off hand(1 hand)
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    You can't beat a Dan Wesson man. I have an older CZ and it's so freaking accurate, I can only imagine how well the DW's are.
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    Default It's not the snubbies that can't shoot!

    They are harder to shoot well. You obviously have mastered it. Impressive one handed shooting at 50 feet with any pistol!

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    Yup he's dead
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    I carry this in a custom made IWB holster made by a company in Texas called Simply Rugged. I have a concealment grip for when I carry.


    Now that the weather's coolin down a bit I carry something a little bigger.
    I prefer peace. But if trouble must come, let it come in my time, so that my children can live in peace.
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    Sweet

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    nice shooting tex..
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    Very nice, and if we're choosing up sides I want to be on yours!!!
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    I still say a Glock is much better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SportstersPaul View Post
    Very nice, and if we're choosing up sides I want to be on yours!!!
    I think were all on the same side.

    Quote Originally Posted by Rider View Post
    I still say a Glock is much better.
    Any firearm is deadly in the right hands.
    I'm sure I can do more damage with my 6 rounds than most with a full mag.
    I prefer peace. But if trouble must come, let it come in my time, so that my children can live in peace.
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