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The BBQ Gun Thread

rc4u

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my wife is old enough she has hard time racking .45 so the browning .38 ACP is just perfect.. pics tomorrow
 

sawhorseray

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my wife is old enough she has hard time racking .45 so the browning .38 ACP is just perfect.. pics tomorrow
My wife doesn't have the wrist strength to dependably rack any auto. I got her a S&W 5-shot hammerless double action revolver with a 2" barrel. I pack it myself quite often in a jacket pocket, handy and fool proof. RAY
 

thirdeye

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My wife doesn't have the wrist strength to dependably rack any auto. I got her a S&W 5-shot hammerless double action revolver with a 2" barrel. I pack it myself quite often in a jacket pocket, handy and fool proof. RAY
I like wheel guns. I have the companion model Airweight with the enclosed hammer so I can shoot in single action too. However with that alloy frame, I don't use +P rounds, that thing kicks like a mule.
 

chilerelleno

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My wife prefers wheelies too, as flying brass makes her flinch.
She carries a Rossi 3" .38spc/.357mag.
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chilerelleno

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Anyways back to the OP's nickel plated Sissy Pistols... :emoji_laughing:

Nickel plated Bersa Thunder .380.
.380 now that's a sissy caliber, but I wouldn't stand in front of it.
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Norwester55

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A '82 Marlin 39A that I swapped out the wood for a Century LTD stock and fore end and added a Skinner Black and Gold peep. I need to get a pic outside in good light, the woods a lot purdier than it looks here.

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