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Old March 21, 2013, 07:30 AM   #14
CajunBass
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Join Date: May 6, 2005
Location: North Chesterfield, Virginia
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Something different in a snubbie?

How about a Model 12-2? Six shots, aluminum frame.



The classic Model 10/M&P is always a good choice. This one is a M&P from 1955.



Everybody wants to know about shooting P+ in a 38, like P+ is a thunderbolt from Thor. Never understood it. I have fired P+ in both. The Model 12 is everyday carry gun, and is loaded with P+, but for general shooting at the range, I stick to wadcutters, or 158 gr RNL plinking loads. You can't ask for guns more fun to shoot.
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