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I love all these pics!
I'm not familiar with the 7 shot. What model Taurus is that?
Let's keep this up!
There are a lot of great photographers here too.
 

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Taurus® Mdl 85SS2UL - 38 Special

Taurus® Mdl 85 SS2UL - 38 Special and Taurus® Mdl 605SS2 - 357 Magnum

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Taurus® Mdl 617SS2 - 357 Magnum
 

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Got a soft spot, in the head, for snubbies. Hey, is the Public Defender considered a snubbie?
 

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I love all these pics!
I'm not familiar with the 7 shot. What model Taurus is that?
Let's keep this up!
There are a lot of great photographers here too.
The 7shot is the M617. One of my favorite snubbies.
 

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38SPECIALs all, from Left to right:
My currently all-time favorite 38 "Snubbie", a stainless Charter Arms Undervover, with factory no-snag hammer and front sight, and yes, it can be cocked and fired SA but I fire it mostly DA. .

My Son's Taurus 2-1/2" barreled lightweight. (Would probably be my choice for an all-around belly-gun in 38 SPL, if I owned it)

My Taurus 2" DAO lightweight

My truly venerable and dependable S&W Model 36 from 1970 - it has seen a lot of duty and is as good as any of them, but the hammer spur is shapr and still digs into my belly when I carry it.




From an other angle,


Great guns, all of them.

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I think It would be fun to see pics of "snubbies".
I have a S&W 38 Special, 2 1/2" Model 10, 6 shot.
Ain't exactly a "snubbie" but it's the loud little gun I tote....

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I've since changed grips to Pachmayr Compac.
 

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I've had quite a few snubbies over the years, but here is my current one -- my 405B -- I love it!

What brand of holster is that please?
 
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