12/04/2006 6:47pm, #1
12/04/2006 8:34pm, #2
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- Aug 2005
Nice chart, but who in their right mind would pay $818 for a S&W j-frame revolver? Have they lost their fucking mind at S&W?
12/04/2006 8:35pm, #3
12/04/2006 8:41pm, #4
Originally Posted by Phrost
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- Aug 2005
12/05/2006 11:37am, #5
Ive heard some good things about the seecamp but never tested one or anything, most of the other autos are pretty much junk and not reliable enough for a carry weapon.
The thing that makes revolvers so great is that the ammo is is carried in the wheel which leaves no room for displacement verses the ammo in a clip which will need to inspected often to make sure you have discharge on the first and vital shot.
I like 22 magnum in derringers and revolvers, while not a big fan of taursus their revolvers are reliable and this one gives 8 shots verses the Smith giving 7 and is 400 bucks verses 600. Do not underestimate 22 mag fired into the guts at close range, It is extremely nasty. I would choose it anyday over any smaller round outside of 32 Mag til you get up to 38 +P loads and then your back to a G26 in weight and size so why bother with the weird stuff.
For something extremely small and nasty, 22 Mag
12/05/2006 12:08pm, #6
I have my J Frame in my pocket right now. :)
I love hammerless revolvers, no sticking into my side or back, like my Semi's. Looks just like a wallet.
12/05/2006 12:11pm, #7
I also picked up this gem.
Sig Sauer P230 in .32 Japanese Police Issue. It has a safety.
Great little pocket gun, my sister has it at this time. It's the only gun in my collection she can shoot well.
12/05/2006 12:33pm, #8
I think i have the Airsoft version of that Anthony. hehe.
Equipoise needs to see this thread. He was asking about secondary weapons.
Except for the trigger guard, I like that AMT in .45acp. It's cute.
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12/05/2006 12:39pm, #9
If you have money and have to have a automatic in a small package you may one to consider a H&K P7, I have been fascinated by this weapon since I first picked one up in 84 or 85.
12/05/2006 12:52pm, #10Originally Posted by ar549
I have friends who have owned this piece. They have all returned them. The grip safety was the major concern. One shot through his pants with it sitting in an office chair. Burned his leg and put a hole through his desk.