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Friday, August 7, 2009

Snubnews .38 part 003

Back on May 18 of this year,
Average Joe did a great job reviewing a Ruger LCR range rental (click here). Average Joe has quite an archive of great reviews and photos; it is a site well worth visiting often.

Michael de Bethencourt discusses speedloaders
here and here (including a video of blogger JayG speedloading), and he reviews the Clipdraw here. Whenever I use a double action revolver at the range, I always use speedloaders. I’m not being overly critical when I say that I suck using speedloaders; I need to practice the steps exactly as Michael has outlined.

In a July 21, 2009 Gun Digest article, Massad Ayoob discusses
the tactics of pocket carry (click here).

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