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Posted: 11/30/2002 10:51:23 AM EDT
Does anyone else find that the Colt D frames are a great compromise between the Smith J frames and their larger K frames?
Link Posted: 12/1/2002 12:47:52 AM EDT
It's the perfect gun. At least it's what I carry. I've also foudn my 4" "D" frames to be a better size for .38s than a K frame 4". Now .357, or a steady diet of +P, I think I'll up to K frame. Right now I'm trying to find a good price on a Cobra or Agent so I can get a bit lighter on the hip.

Ross
Link Posted: 12/1/2002 1:48:31 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 12/1/2002 1:49:03 PM EDT by sig_230]
How about some of the E frames? I find that they are near ideal.

From the top, M-19 K (K frame), DS (D frame), Colt Army Special (E frame), M-28 (N frame).

Link Posted: 12/2/2002 1:03:06 AM EDT
I've owned a couple "E" frames, but I never caught on to them. I suppose I just never really liked the old style half-moon sight, or more likely the girp. Size wise they're a great gun, but I'd say the more modern steel probably has the edge on them.

One Army special I really liked was a .32-20 that I bought for my dad on his birthday. It was made in the same year he was born. That gun/caliber combination is a really fun one to shoot.

Ross
Link Posted: 12/15/2002 11:23:34 PM EDT
I had a Police Positive in 32-20.It was pretty tight.Alot I've seen on the D frame were pretty loose.Maybe some of the old rile-only rounds found there way into them.
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