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Picked up a new .38 Special Snubby

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I got to run a few hundred rounds through one of these the other day. (not my picture)
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And here's one I actually own.
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Matthewd

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I have yet to find a 3000 for sale... From what I understand, when they do come up, they are in the $3-$4000+ range :eek:
Don't think I will ever find the budget for one of those, but I sure would love to shoot one!
 
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I have yet to find a 3000 for sale... From what I understand, when they do come up, they are in the $3-$4000+ range :eek:
Don't think I will ever find the budget for one of those, but I sure would love to shoot one!

That's my guess as well. And you know what? I'd spend that over a Wilson Combat. It's just my favorite platform for a handgun, despite it being heavily modified. It's cz75 based.
 

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I have to thank blame you for introducing me to Sphinx when I was asking you about your Jericho ;)
 

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blt-2-drg......that's a really impressive showing there. :thumbup:
 
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Never did get a good one of the gun, I couldn't find a place to put it with the magazines still in the shot.
 
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Actually, thats a 39 and a 52.

The 52 was my fathers carry gun when he was a security guard way back when, after a while they forced him to stop using it because what type of security guard uses a .38 special (yes special, not super) target pistol? After that he carried that nickled colt trooper up top. In its day it was THE full blown race gun, it was what killed the revolvers in competitive shooting.

http://gunadagio.blogspot.com/2011/01/wadcutters-delight-s-52.html
These guns were carefully made and fitted, mostly by hand. In order to leave the factory, each unit had to shoot a minimum 2" group at rest from 50 yards. If that doesn't demonstrate how eerily accurate these are, nothing will.
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JGguns

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This pig takes the beatings and just keeps on running and running!
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I got a good bit more but it's a pain to load pics from my iPhone
 
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