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Link Posted: 3/25/2023 10:37:55 AM EST
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Model
13 & 36-3inch
The sexy twins
Link Posted: 3/25/2023 11:04:18 AM EST
[#2]
My S&W model 13 357 and the model 36 ladysmith w/rosewood grip 38 I bought my mom years ago, both with 3"barrels
Link Posted: 3/31/2023 7:35:31 PM EST
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Link Posted: 3/31/2023 7:38:19 PM EST
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Very nice. No lock, comp, bobbed hammer. Classic
Link Posted: 4/1/2023 10:30:01 AM EST
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Link Posted: 4/1/2023 12:36:52 PM EST
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Originally Posted By MRW:  Trying it with some home-bobbed Altamont grips

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I wince every time I see one of your pictures w/ a gun laying on rocks or concrete.  Beautiful revolver.
Link Posted: 4/1/2023 2:20:00 PM EST
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Link Posted: 4/1/2023 7:24:22 PM EST
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Originally Posted By MRW:


Yes, I thought of you specifically when I took this photo.  payback for your @ regarding the 638.  I'm broke.

Perhaps I should put a piece of plexiglass between them...
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Originally Posted By MRW:
Originally Posted By backbencher:

I wince every time I see one of your pictures w/ a gun laying on rocks or concrete.  Beautiful revolver.


Yes, I thought of you specifically when I took this photo.  payback for your @ regarding the 638.  I'm broke.

Perhaps I should put a piece of plexiglass between them...




I think you're about as bad as Motown_Steve when it comes to revolvers.
Link Posted: 4/3/2023 4:40:58 PM EST
[#9]
One more 3-incher born last night:

Link Posted: 4/3/2023 6:32:42 PM EST
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Link Posted: 4/3/2023 8:02:37 PM EST
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Originally Posted By MRW:
damn, I need you to do my M10
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If you can figure out how to get it to MO without committing a felony I would give it a go.

I don’t guess you have the ability to remove the barrel?
Link Posted: 4/3/2023 8:49:06 PM EST
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Link Posted: 4/3/2023 9:10:40 PM EST
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Originally Posted By BASE:

If you can figure out how to get it to MO without committing a felony I would give it a go.

I don’t guess you have the ability to remove the barrel?
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Originally Posted By MRW:
damn, I need you to do my M10

If you can figure out how to get it to MO without committing a felony I would give it a go.

I don’t guess you have the ability to remove the barrel?


Where in MO are you?
Link Posted: 4/4/2023 4:54:18 AM EST
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Where in MO are you?
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I’m in St Charles
Link Posted: 4/4/2023 10:27:30 AM EST
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I’m in St Charles
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Where in MO are you?

I’m in St Charles


I'll send you a PM
Link Posted: 4/4/2023 3:50:00 PM EST
[#16]
Manurhin MR 73 3 inch.
Link Posted: 4/7/2023 9:10:51 AM EST
[#17]
I picked up a 3" 686+ with the unfluted cylinder last week, cool gun.
Link Posted: 4/8/2023 9:38:55 AM EST
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Link Posted: 4/8/2023 10:50:01 AM EST
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Originally Posted By MRW: I decided to go with classic Mangas and a BK grip on the PC M13

@backbencher  no concrete

https://i.imgur.com/cJIX1Kv.jpg
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Hurrah!  Thank you.
Link Posted: 4/8/2023 12:03:38 PM EST
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I've had/have several including a 3" S&M M60-2, and a new 3" Colt King Cobra. It's hard not to love the Colt D Frame revolvers.

Here is one of my favorite Colt's. It's an Agent frame with a 3" Detective Special barrel:



Here's one I sent down the road to another board member, it was built from a 4" M65-5;





Link Posted: 4/9/2023 8:24:25 PM EST
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I’m in St Charles
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Originally Posted By MaxC1776:


Where in MO are you?

I’m in St Charles


Good to know there is someone close by that can do work like that. Definately a dieing art.
Link Posted: 4/10/2023 8:10:45 AM EST
[#22]
Very cool build, not mine.

Smith & Wesson Performance Center Jerry Miculek 929 Custom Revolver ICORE
Link Posted: 4/13/2023 8:05:02 AM EST
[#23]
Damn, that 929 is hot!  I can't even guess how much a conversion like that must cost.  Probably about as much as the base gun.
Link Posted: 4/18/2023 11:14:55 PM EST
[#24]
Little baby 3 inch I picked up today.

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Link Posted: 4/19/2023 12:28:42 AM EST
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Link Posted: 4/22/2023 12:56:35 PM EST
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Link Posted: 4/22/2023 6:30:39 PM EST
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Saw a 3” 64 today . $600.00 . Excellent condition but no factory box or grips. Passed .
Link Posted: 4/23/2023 12:45:33 PM EST
[#28]
It's like a S&W Model 686, but travel sized!


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Link Posted: 4/24/2023 7:18:23 AM EST
[#29]

Model 65


Model 31


Almost counts….2.75” Speed Six
Link Posted: 4/24/2023 10:07:33 PM EST
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Originally Posted By --FLEET--:
https://i.imgur.com/rn4N0wS.jpg
Model 65

https://i.imgur.com/tnXAzEQ.jpg
Model 31

https://i.imgur.com/gxxyfRi.jpg
Almost counts….2.75” Speed Six
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What grips are on the model 31?
Very nice collection there
Link Posted: 4/25/2023 4:32:02 PM EST
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Originally Posted By tacklenut:


What grips are on the model 31?
Very nice collection there
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Thank you. They are just some basic fake ivory's from Boone Trading Co. Which I believe are made by Altamont but with medallions
Link Posted: 4/25/2023 8:11:56 PM EST
[#32]
Nothing too crazy, my 3" 686+ unfluted with a set of Hogue grips and a Dawson Precision front fiber optic.



Link Posted: 5/11/2023 11:26:47 PM EST
[#33]
I have 2 of the S&W 24-3's from Lou Horton. They some the best looking pistols eve made.
and they shoot very well.
Link Posted: 5/12/2023 5:35:13 AM EST
[#34]
one of the oddball guns I'd like to find someday is the M&P360 3", basically a scandium frame (with steel cylinder) Model 60


Link Posted: 5/12/2023 10:01:16 AM EST
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Couple of M&Ps for you.  The slide on grip didn't stay on the Shield long, it's got a Talon grip now and the 360 has a "plug" and the lock completely disabled (nub ground off) since the recoil is so sharp.  I've put ten rounds of .357 through it back to back- shoot, reload, shoot- but I normally just load it with .38 +Ps.  IIRC, the cylinder is titanium, not steel; I know it's some alloy.  The whole thing weighs about 15oz.  

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Link Posted: 5/12/2023 10:34:07 AM EST
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Originally Posted By XM21Nick:
Saw a 3” 64 today . $600.00 . Excellent condition but no factory box or grips. Passed .
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Not out of line for a three inch.
Link Posted: 5/12/2023 11:56:10 AM EST
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Originally Posted By Ameshawki:



Not out of line for a three inch.
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Originally Posted By XM21Nick:
Saw a 3” 64 today . $600.00 . Excellent condition but no factory box or grips. Passed .



Not out of line for a three inch.



Yep, if you really want a 3" that's not a bad price these days.  The days of the $125 police trade-ins are long gone (yep, I bought a handful of 4" model 64s back in the  day for $125/each- I wish I'd kept at least one of them but I sold them to friends and family when prices started to climb ).
Link Posted: 5/12/2023 1:43:57 PM EST
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Originally Posted By F224:
I've had/have several including a 3" S&M M60-2, and a new 3" Colt King Cobra. It's hard not to love the Colt D Frame revolvers.

Here is one of my favorite Colt's. It's an Agent frame with a 3" Detective Special barrel:

https://i.imgur.com/69tZlS8.jpg

Here's one I sent down the road to another board member, it was built from a 4" M65-5;

https://i.imgur.com/6pOVwRE.jpg



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Who'd you have slabside the barrel?
Link Posted: 5/12/2023 6:00:15 PM EST
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Originally Posted By sandboxmedic:




Couple of M&Ps for you.  The slide on grip didn't stay on the Shield long, it's got a Talon grip now and the 360 has a "plug" and the lock completely disabled (nub ground off) since the recoil is so sharp.  I've put ten rounds of .357 through it back to back- shoot, reload, shoot- but I normally just load it with .38 +Ps.  IIRC, the cylinder is titanium, not steel; I know it's some alloy.  The whole thing weighs about 15oz.  

https://www.ar15.com/media/mediaFiles/70832/M_Ps_-_Copy_jpg-2814075.JPG
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Originally Posted By sandboxmedic:




Couple of M&Ps for you.  The slide on grip didn't stay on the Shield long, it's got a Talon grip now and the 360 has a "plug" and the lock completely disabled (nub ground off) since the recoil is so sharp.  I've put ten rounds of .357 through it back to back- shoot, reload, shoot- but I normally just load it with .38 +Ps.  IIRC, the cylinder is titanium, not steel; I know it's some alloy.  The whole thing weighs about 15oz.  

https://www.ar15.com/media/mediaFiles/70832/M_Ps_-_Copy_jpg-2814075.JPG
I like that a lot

I have a 340M&P and it's fine, but I'd love a 3" version for the extra sight radius and velocity, and an exposed hammer just because I like them. The 3" barrel is a pretty ideal balance of ease of carry and velocity. It'd be a nice lightweight hiking gun.
Link Posted: 5/12/2023 9:12:54 PM EST
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Link Posted: 5/12/2023 9:45:23 PM EST
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Originally Posted By CFletch:
I like that a lot

I have a 340M&P and it's fine, but I'd love a 3" version for the extra sight radius and velocity, and an exposed hammer just because I like them. The 3" barrel is a pretty ideal balance of ease of carry and velocity. It'd be a nice lightweight hiking gun.
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That was actually my plan for it (hiking/outdoor gun) to replace a 642 that I normally use for that purpose but for whatever reasons I've stuck with the 642; part of it is the 642 fits in the old camera bag on my backpack belt but I guess I'm just used to the 642.  I do like it though and I carry it on occasion.  It is definitely harder to find holsters for 3" J frames though.  

I'd really like to find a J frame in .32H&R (or .327) with a 3".
Link Posted: 5/12/2023 11:53:42 PM EST
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Originally Posted By sandboxmedic:


That was actually my plan for it (hiking/outdoor gun) to replace a 642 that I normally use for that purpose but for whatever reasons I've stuck with the 642; part of it is the 642 fits in the old camera bag on my backpack belt but I guess I'm just used to the 642.  I do like it though and I carry it on occasion.  It is definitely harder to find holsters for 3" J frames though.  

I'd really like to find a J frame in .32H&R (or .327) .30 SC with a 3".
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Originally Posted By sandboxmedic:
Originally Posted By CFletch:  I like that a lot

I have a 340M&P and it's fine, but I'd love a 3" version for the extra sight radius and velocity, and an exposed hammer just because I like them. The 3" barrel is a pretty ideal balance of ease of carry and velocity. It'd be a nice lightweight hiking gun.


That was actually my plan for it (hiking/outdoor gun) to replace a 642 that I normally use for that purpose but for whatever reasons I've stuck with the 642; part of it is the 642 fits in the old camera bag on my backpack belt but I guess I'm just used to the 642.  I do like it though and I carry it on occasion.  It is definitely harder to find holsters for 3" J frames though.  

I'd really like to find a J frame in .32H&R (or .327) .30 SC with a 3".


FIFY.
Link Posted: 5/13/2023 12:31:50 AM EST
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This is kinda close.

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Link Posted: 5/13/2023 8:20:52 AM EST
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FIFY.
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Originally Posted By backbencher:
Originally Posted By sandboxmedic:
Originally Posted By CFletch:  I like that a lot

I have a 340M&P and it's fine, but I'd love a 3" version for the extra sight radius and velocity, and an exposed hammer just because I like them. The 3" barrel is a pretty ideal balance of ease of carry and velocity. It'd be a nice lightweight hiking gun.


That was actually my plan for it (hiking/outdoor gun) to replace a 642 that I normally use for that purpose but for whatever reasons I've stuck with the 642; part of it is the 642 fits in the old camera bag on my backpack belt but I guess I'm just used to the 642.  I do like it though and I carry it on occasion.  It is definitely harder to find holsters for 3" J frames though.  

I'd really like to find a J frame in .32H&R (or .327) .30 SC with a 3".


FIFY.



Negative, I like the ability to A) actually find something that I can shoot out of it (I have my doubts as to how long .30 Super will be around and I honestly haven't paid much attention to it) and B) the ability to shoot a variety of cartridges out of it since it can still be harder to find than .38.  .32 is super easy to reload too.  I had a K frame 4" .32 S&W Long for a while; one of the easiest shooting guns I've owned and very easy to teach new shooters with.  I wish I'd kept it but I sold it to a female co-worker.
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Negative, I like the ability to A) actually find something that I can shoot out of it (I have my doubts as to how long .30 Super will be around and I honestly haven't paid much attention to it) and B) the ability to shoot a variety of cartridges out of it since it can still be harder to find than .38.  .32 is super easy to reload too.  I had a K frame 4" .32 S&W Long for a while; one of the easiest shooting guns I've owned and very easy to teach new shooters with.  I wish I'd kept it but I sold it to a female co-worker.
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Originally Posted By backbencher:
Originally Posted By sandboxmedic:
Originally Posted By CFletch:  I like that a lot

I have a 340M&P and it's fine, but I'd love a 3" version for the extra sight radius and velocity, and an exposed hammer just because I like them. The 3" barrel is a pretty ideal balance of ease of carry and velocity. It'd be a nice lightweight hiking gun.


That was actually my plan for it (hiking/outdoor gun) to replace a 642 that I normally use for that purpose but for whatever reasons I've stuck with the 642; part of it is the 642 fits in the old camera bag on my backpack belt but I guess I'm just used to the 642.  I do like it though and I carry it on occasion.  It is definitely harder to find holsters for 3" J frames though.  

I'd really like to find a J frame in .32H&R (or .327) .30 SC with a 3".


FIFY.



Negative, I like the ability to A) actually find something that I can shoot out of it (I have my doubts as to how long .30 Super will be around and I honestly haven't paid much attention to it) and B) the ability to shoot a variety of cartridges out of it since it can still be harder to find than .38.  .32 is super easy to reload too.  I had a K frame 4" .32 S&W Long for a while; one of the easiest shooting guns I've owned and very easy to teach new shooters with.  I wish I'd kept it but I sold it to a female co-worker.
And .327 is actually more powerful, iirc

I do wonder if you could use moon clips to fire .30SC from a .327, though.
Link Posted: 5/13/2023 12:06:15 PM EST
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Originally Posted By CFletch:
And .327 is actually more powerful, iirc

I do wonder if you could use moon clips to fire .30SC from a .327, though.
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Originally Posted By backbencher:
Originally Posted By sandboxmedic:
Originally Posted By CFletch:  I like that a lot

I have a 340M&P and it's fine, but I'd love a 3" version for the extra sight radius and velocity, and an exposed hammer just because I like them. The 3" barrel is a pretty ideal balance of ease of carry and velocity. It'd be a nice lightweight hiking gun.


That was actually my plan for it (hiking/outdoor gun) to replace a 642 that I normally use for that purpose but for whatever reasons I've stuck with the 642; part of it is the 642 fits in the old camera bag on my backpack belt but I guess I'm just used to the 642.  I do like it though and I carry it on occasion.  It is definitely harder to find holsters for 3" J frames though.  

I'd really like to find a J frame in .32H&R (or .327) .30 SC with a 3".


FIFY.


Negative, I like the ability to A) actually find something that I can shoot out of it (I have my doubts as to how long .30 Super will be around and I honestly haven't paid much attention to it) and B) the ability to shoot a variety of cartridges out of it since it can still be harder to find than .38.  .32 is super easy to reload too.  I had a K frame 4" .32 S&W Long for a while; one of the easiest shooting guns I've owned and very easy to teach new shooters with.  I wish I'd kept it but I sold it to a female co-worker.
And .327 is actually more powerful, iirc

I do wonder if you could use moon clips to fire .30SC from a .327, though.


I needs to know.  

I'm moving from a Glock mag SUB-2000/Gen 5 26/9x19mm SP 101 carry setup to a 5.56x45mm Fold AR, which leaves me open on the pistol/revolver caliber, and I could go .30 SC if I could find a revolver to run it.
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Originally Posted By backbencher:


I needs to know.  

I'm moving from a Glock mag SUB-2000/Gen 5 26/9x19mm SP 101 carry setup to a 5.56x45mm Fold AR, which leaves me open on the pistol/revolver caliber, and I could go .30 SC if I could find a revolver to run it.
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Originally Posted By CFletch:
Originally Posted By sandboxmedic:
Originally Posted By backbencher:
Originally Posted By sandboxmedic:
Originally Posted By CFletch:  I like that a lot

I have a 340M&P and it's fine, but I'd love a 3" version for the extra sight radius and velocity, and an exposed hammer just because I like them. The 3" barrel is a pretty ideal balance of ease of carry and velocity. It'd be a nice lightweight hiking gun.


That was actually my plan for it (hiking/outdoor gun) to replace a 642 that I normally use for that purpose but for whatever reasons I've stuck with the 642; part of it is the 642 fits in the old camera bag on my backpack belt but I guess I'm just used to the 642.  I do like it though and I carry it on occasion.  It is definitely harder to find holsters for 3" J frames though.  

I'd really like to find a J frame in .32H&R (or .327) .30 SC with a 3".


FIFY.


Negative, I like the ability to A) actually find something that I can shoot out of it (I have my doubts as to how long .30 Super will be around and I honestly haven't paid much attention to it) and B) the ability to shoot a variety of cartridges out of it since it can still be harder to find than .38.  .32 is super easy to reload too.  I had a K frame 4" .32 S&W Long for a while; one of the easiest shooting guns I've owned and very easy to teach new shooters with.  I wish I'd kept it but I sold it to a female co-worker.
And .327 is actually more powerful, iirc

I do wonder if you could use moon clips to fire .30SC from a .327, though.


I needs to know.  

I'm moving from a Glock mag SUB-2000/Gen 5 26/9x19mm SP 101 carry setup to a 5.56x45mm Fold AR, which leaves me open on the pistol/revolver caliber, and I could go .30 SC if I could find a revolver to run it.



Hmm, I did not realize that .30SC was the same diameter as .32- guess I should have looked first.  That does open up some interesting options but I still wouldn't put money on it being a long running cartridge; it just hasn't caught on from what I'm seeing.  
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Originally Posted By sandboxmedic:


Hmm, I did not realize that .30SC was the same diameter as .32- guess I should have looked first.  That does open up some interesting options but I still wouldn't put money on it being a long running cartridge; it just hasn't caught on from what I'm seeing.  
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Originally Posted By sandboxmedic:
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Originally Posted By sandboxmedic:
Originally Posted By CFletch:  I like that a lot

I have a 340M&P and it's fine, but I'd love a 3" version for the extra sight radius and velocity, and an exposed hammer just because I like them. The 3" barrel is a pretty ideal balance of ease of carry and velocity. It'd be a nice lightweight hiking gun.


That was actually my plan for it (hiking/outdoor gun) to replace a 642 that I normally use for that purpose but for whatever reasons I've stuck with the 642; part of it is the 642 fits in the old camera bag on my backpack belt but I guess I'm just used to the 642.  I do like it though and I carry it on occasion.  It is definitely harder to find holsters for 3" J frames though.  

I'd really like to find a J frame in .32H&R (or .327) .30 SC with a 3".


FIFY.


Negative, I like the ability to A) actually find something that I can shoot out of it (I have my doubts as to how long .30 Super will be around and I honestly haven't paid much attention to it) and B) the ability to shoot a variety of cartridges out of it since it can still be harder to find than .38.  .32 is super easy to reload too.  I had a K frame 4" .32 S&W Long for a while; one of the easiest shooting guns I've owned and very easy to teach new shooters with.  I wish I'd kept it but I sold it to a female co-worker.
And .327 is actually more powerful, iirc

I do wonder if you could use moon clips to fire .30SC from a .327, though.


I needs to know.  

I'm moving from a Glock mag SUB-2000/Gen 5 26/9x19mm SP 101 carry setup to a 5.56x45mm Fold AR, which leaves me open on the pistol/revolver caliber, and I could go .30 SC if I could find a revolver to run it.


Hmm, I did not realize that .30SC was the same diameter as .32- guess I should have looked first.  That does open up some interesting options but I still wouldn't put money on it being a long running cartridge; it just hasn't caught on from what I'm seeing.  


Three gun manufacturers now, including a carbine.  I think that makes it more successful than .45 GAP.  
Link Posted: 5/13/2023 1:08:34 PM EST
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Way to set the bar.  
Link Posted: 5/16/2023 7:41:56 AM EST
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Originally Posted By backbencher:


Hurrah!  Thank you.
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Originally Posted By backbencher:
Originally Posted By MRW: I decided to go with classic Mangas and a BK grip on the PC M13

@backbencher  no concrete

https://i.imgur.com/cJIX1Kv.jpg


Hurrah!  Thank you.


it's propped up underneath with a rock.
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