For over 100 years, the .38SPL snubbie revolver has ridden a wave of popularity that, even today, shows little indication of subsiding. Compact, highly concealable and deadly, they’re preferred and depended upon by men and women from virtually all walks of life.
There is no question of the snubbie’s legitimacy as a self-defense weapon, even though some claim that its limitations disqualify it as such. However, such assertions are wrong because they ignore what I call “The Fundamental Premise Of Apples Versus Oranges,” meaning that comparisons between the two almost always hinge on the personal preferences, and even biases, of those making the comparison, rather than any legitimate reasoning.
For over 100 years, the .38SPL snubbie revolver has ridden a wave of popularity that,…
by Tactical-Life.com / May 1, 2008