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    Thoughts on the M36 Classic Snub

    Hey folks! wondering if anyone owns this gun. I know its a throwback to the days of old. and it does have a lock on it. But I love the fact its +P rated and the finish looks beautiful. Plus its a smith Revolver. How bad could it be?

    thanks all!

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    They are a very nice revolver.

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    I carry a blue 36 or 642 everyday...........With practice.......... you can make hits way out yonder.......

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    Are you being serious?

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    If it has a lock.......it ain't old...... Name:  DSCF0006.JPG
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    I wouldn't let the lock keep me from buying one. Do I like the lock? No, but it is what it is. It will also never be a safe queen if it has the lock. That's a good way to look at it. Buy it and shoot the $#!% out it. Enjoy it, they are great guns and fun to shoot, once you get the hang of them. Just one warning that I will give you. J frames multiply.
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    Every one of my locks have fallen out when cleaning. Do not let that stop you. To me all S&Ws multiply.

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    Gee, I have (5) S&W handguns and (4) of them are 1-7/8 or 3 inch barrels?
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