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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeMomma View Post
    Nabbed a 64-2 the other day. Good shooter, and should be a solid CCW piece.
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    Ive always liked the stainless models
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeMomma View Post
    Nabbed a 64-2 the other day. Good shooter, and should be a solid CCW piece.
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    Suggestion for you, if you bob the hammer, buy a different one and bob it. That way you have the original. I don't know if it would matter. I don't think the hammer is numbered. Also, maybe hone the action to make it even smoother. Cylinder & Slide does revolver work if you don't know of anyone to work on it. Nice Smith snubbie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doggit View Post
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    There is an all metal pistol thread you should post that in.

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    If anyone gets a chance I highly recommend taking a revolver class.

    I took one this weekend and it was the most fun I've had in class. Since these are outdated relics only 4 guys showed up to class and surprisingly no one was over 45.

    I thought I was going to be holding up the class the whole time being a lefty and all. Figured me having to essentially juggle the gun and speed loaders to reload was going to be awkward and time consuming. I was wrong! Surprised myself. I was only a little slower than the other guys but that was going to happen. Even tied for first place in a elimination round where you have 3 chances to hit a 6 inch steel plate. Me and the other guy made it back to 40 yards before we both missed and I was using an old beat up 1930s Colt with a weird trigger.

    Anyway..... highly recommend you guys try it out
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    Quote Originally Posted by 43m1garand View Post
    Suggestion for you, if you bob the hammer, buy a different one and bob it. That way you have the original. I don't know if it would matter. I don't think the hammer is numbered. Also, maybe hone the action to make it even smoother. Cylinder & Slide does revolver work if you don't know of anyone to work on it. Nice Smith snubbie.

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    Not going to alter the pistol. I already own a DOA Smith with 4 inch.
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    I've never been much for spurless hammers either. I never saw the point, but then I never really researched it either.

    My fav' carry piece is my Model 60. You sacrifice a round but you really can't beat the weight and concealability. Its a couple oz lighter than the SP-101 and heavy enough to manage the recoil with .357 well, although I typically carry .38+P's. I figure I can work a speed-loader pretty quick and if I have to go through 10 rounds it's probably time to leave.

    The rubber band trick is something I learned from an ex-cop, who in turn learned that from gangsters when he was undercover going after the mob in the 70's. It actually gives the grip added traction to stay comfortably hung on your beltline w/out a holster. I thought it was BS until I tried it.

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    I'm a big fan of stainless wheel guns too, esp. snubbies and short barrels.
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    Bobbed hammers, internal hammers, and hammers like what the S&W 642 have is to keep from snagging when concealed carrying. I shot a S&W 60 and 642. Do not like them. Too much recoil even with .38 Special.
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    Ever see a Fitz Special? I saw one that was done to a S&W .41 Magnum. I forget the model number. Fitz Specials were originally done to Colts.
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