Snub Training – S/Steel vs Blue Steel

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One of our blog readers asked why I favor the blue steel snubs over the stainless steel guns.  I thought I would share my answer. Dear Victor: You asked about my choice of blue steel over stainless steel and sugested that it may have been about the blue steel’s low profile color. You are not too far […]

Snub Training – S&W Model 15

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A six shot, .38-caliber blue steel Smith revolver of medium size or K-frame. It was manufactured by Smith and Wesson and was available with a two inch barrel. The blue steel Model 15 is distinct from the Model 10 in having an adjustable rear sight. This feature permits the snub’s owner to adjust for point-of-aim, […]

Snub Training – S&W Model 12

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A six shot, .38-caliber aluminum-alloy frame Smith revolver of medium size or K-frame. It was manufactured by Smith and Wesson and was available with a two inch barrel. It was a light weight version of the Model-10 and much loved by the lucky shooters who own them. It is also known as the Military & […]

Snub Training – S&W Model 10

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A six shot, .38-caliber blue steel Smith revolver of medium size or K-frame. It was manufactured by Smith and Wesson and was available with a two inch barrel. It was the most common Smith and Wesson snub until the advent of the five shot Chief Special. The blue steel Model 10 is also known as […]

Snub Training – S&W Combat Magnum

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A six shot, .357-caliber blue steel revolver of medium size or K-frame. It was manufactured by Smith and Wesson and was available with a two and a half inch barrel and adjustable sights. In its day it was considered by some as the “Cadillac of snubs” and was at one time the official side arm […]

 
 
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