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Conversation Between Left Hook Tua and jreckoning
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  1. jreckoning
    11-05-2012 03:50 PM
    I just liked the way it looked and the price. There weren't practical considerations to it.
  2. Left Hook Tua
    11-05-2012 01:58 PM
    Left Hook Tua
    why buy a pocket pistol but with longer barrel?

    why buy a gun for concealed carry, if you're never gonna carry it?

    get a 6-shot revolver if you want non-snubnose.

    s&w 10,13, 15, 67, 64, 65

    listen just one time.

    if you're not gonna carry it, no Fing need for a s&w 36, 60 type.

    and don't Fing get a 3 inch barrel for a backup/carry size weapon.

    i'm sorry but your choice makes no sense.
  3. jreckoning
  4. Left Hook Tua
    11-02-2012 08:40 PM
    Left Hook Tua
    usc 41 ore 34
  5. jreckoning
    11-02-2012 08:32 PM
    dude i got usc plus 9, grachev to upset bute, and some bets were i picked the favorite to balance it out. u think usc can stay with the ducks?
  6. Left Hook Tua
    11-02-2012 08:25 PM
    Left Hook Tua
    glad you're now a irish supporter.

    supporting a winner suits you.
  7. jreckoning
    11-02-2012 07:11 PM
    I am going to the Notre Dame game tomorrow. My bro invited me.
    I need to find a Pitt jersey fast.
    I have to wake up so early, jesus.
  8. Left Hook Tua
    11-01-2012 12:04 AM
    Left Hook Tua
    that's silly talk, jerck. these guys are gun nuts. they are used to shooting $1500 sigs, hks and $2000 customized 1911's with match triggers single action.

    these are DOUBLE ACTION revolvers. long, heavy pull of trigger. you can't shoot it as good as autos in single action with light triggers.

    long heavy triggers is a benefit for beginners. less accidents. light triggers matter in a match not in self defense or target practice.

    if you're shooting far away, just pull the hammer back. single action with revolver is more accurate.

    as far as finish and stuff yeah s&w is better but that comes with a price. for self defense, target shooting it doesn't matter. it's a tool not a collector's piece.

    don't get a s&w snubnose UNLESS it's for concealed carry or backup gun. they're worthless at the range. no fun. i had a taurus 85 and s&w 60 before. it's not the kind of gun you enjoy at the range.

    sp101 bigger grips, heavier build makes it fun at the range.

    shoot .357 OR .38 in same gun.
  9. jreckoning
    10-31-2012 11:21 PM
    My boy is tover talking mad ****e about the Canes. fricking notre dame fans, one good year and they turn into Saints fans like Walt(god rest his soul) was.
  10. jreckoning
    10-31-2012 11:19 PM
    yeah thing is they say it takes a while to be accurate that was the only real drawback. I like pushing to eject the cylinder, it looks easy. He was shooting .38 +p 125 grain and .357 150 grain rounds in it.

    You are a good salesmen. If it fits my big ass hands I am buying it. 300 to 500 is good but maybe spend a bit more and go new.
    He was saying the edges on hammer are sharp and on trigger it's kinda weird, but the sights were good because it had contrasting colors but they aren't adjustable.
    I liked the lighter Smith and Wesson Bodyguards in the video too.

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