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post #11 of 12 (permalink) Old 03-26-2019, 04:09 AM
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Originally Posted by Drilling Man View Post
Well, if I have to depend on them, I try to buy the best quality "tools" I can afford and that goes for my firearms too...

If I'm going to depend on my tools, OR my firearm, I prefer to use a firearm that has a smooth working action, with a great trigger, that I "enjoy" shooting, so I will practice with it more.

I'd just rather save up a little longer and get a "tool" that's of higher quality in the first place...

Good news, lots of LEOs have depended on Charter Arms for their lives, so its reliability is proven. As for the action and trigger, more good news - they polish up nicely just like any other DA revolver. And spring kits are available wherever you buy parts. Lifetime guarantee, American made. I'm with you - when the task requires a precision instrument, you spend the money. Just not sure the task of a snubbie really calls for a precision instrument. The Kimber K6 with the same length barrel, delivers the same 357 magnum to a 7yd target the same way as the Mag Pug, but for 3 times the price. At 7 yds with a sub 2" barrel, the variation in group size wouldn't be significant enough to warrant the extra $$. But maybe there's a Precision Snubbie Competition I'm not familiar with.
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post #12 of 12 (permalink) Old 03-26-2019, 05:23 AM
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Thank you, Team.

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