If you really want punishment, shoot a Sulimmerling, they are brutal with hardball.
Easy now big boy or I’ll stop showing you all the obscene things I’ve been up to with my itty Bitty Farm hat lately, remember Bike weeks coming up ! 🤣I ran a cylinder of 9x23 Winchesters through my 13oz 360J and survived, I don't want to hear any whining about .357mags in a snubby.
Your hat has seen way more action than any of mine! We'll all be expecting to see an expansive portfolio of bike week pics. 😁Easy now big boy or I’ll stop showing you all the obscene things I’ve been up to with my itty Bitty Farm hat lately, remember Bike weeks coming up ! 🤣
I completely agree about the difficulty in trying to jamb a moonclip full of .38's into any handgun and to take that to the extreme level, I have a 7 shot .357 cut for moonclips.Everyone needs at least one J frame snubby and the 642 is just about the perfect pocket gun. However, IME, .38spls or .357s in moonclips are even worse than speedloaders, the rounds fit tighter in a speed loader so they move less. Trying to load a snubby with moonclipped .38s is like trying to stuff a 5 legged spider in there. I like moonclips but they work best with short rounded cartridges like .45ACP and 9mm.
My most used snubby is my 360J Convertible, it was my BUG on the job, the perfect "Get the f**k off me" gun and still gets carried regularly. It's got a lot of miles on it and has been all over the country with me. Mark Hartshorne did a lot work on it for me back in 2008 including rechambering the original steel cylinder to 9x23 so it'll shoot 9mm, .38 Super, etc, and and I had him fit a titanium .38spl cylinder to it a few years later. If I'm carrying it with .38 cylinder I carry speed strips for my reloads.
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File your nails, man!