Snubnose still popular

“But, in this day of semi-automatic pistols, it is wise not to overlook the tried-and-true snubnose revolver. They’ve been around for a long time and that is simply due to the fact they meet the defensive needs of a lot of folks.”

Now, if they just can get the aim-interfering, double-action trigger fixed, please?

Via Shooting Illustrated

3 responses to “Snubnose still popular

  1. They still suck, tho. I have one and wouldn’t trust the accuracy more than a standard room away. That’s a bit close, in my estimation. I’d rather get ’em further out… I choose my S&W 45 auto. If I hit their arm, they’re going down.

  2. Heh. I still prefer to practice with my .22 semi and aim at the face. Without practice (and even then anticipating the kick) your first round is likely to go wild while mine hits home.

  3. Where and when can we test our hypotheses?