Smith and Wesson coming out with a snub revolver in 9mm

Smith and Wesson coming out with a snub revolver in 9mm

This is a discussion on Smith and Wesson coming out with a snub revolver in 9mm within the LCR Discussion forums, part of the LCR category; S&M is presenting their 986 (revolver) 9mm. This will will hold 7 rounds two more than the Ruger LCR 9mm but that will cost you ...

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  1. #1 Smith and Wesson coming out with a snub revolver in 9mm 
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    S&M is presenting their 986 (revolver) 9mm. This will will hold 7 rounds two more than the Ruger LCR 9mm but that will cost you all most twice as much. I bet it is a very cool gun. Also the new Ruger Redhawk in 357 with 8 rounds would be awesome. Heavy (46oz) but I bet a real nice shooter. I think 2017 may be the year of the "Revolver." I really like that Redhawk!



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    I'm drooling over the S&W 929 from the performance center. 8 shot 9mm like Jerry Miculek shoots. Den
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    I would love to own the snub nose 9mm revolver. But don't think I want to pay the price.
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    Ruger briefly made a .357 Redhawk in the 80s but I believe it was a 6 shot. I wanted one but I was so broke then it took me 2 years to buy a Charter Arms 38. I like the idea of a 7 or 8 shot revolver for a house gun. I shopped for a S&W 686+ a few years ago but they were nowhere to be found so I got a 4" 7 shot Taurus 66 revolver for half the price & love it. My wife's favorite house gun when I worked the night shift. Anyway back to the topic, I'm interested in both these new revolvers & will be looking for online reports soon.
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    Thanks for posting, Dave.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RogueLCP View Post
    I would love to own the snub nose 9mm revolver. But don't think I want to pay the price.
    I bought the Ruger LCR9mm and never looked back. I shoot it often at the range as it is just a fun gun for me. I really enjoy shooting it. I load up about 15 moon clips before each session and then just go and have some fun. I was a lousy shot with this revolver when I first received, but have made tremendous improvements with a diet of diligent training. I also keep it handy as a House Protection weapon. Easy to load a Moon clip.
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    Now that a beautiful looking 986,what's the price tag cost?
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    They need to get their stuff together... just do a 942.



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    This guy looks happy! By looking at his gun room, you have to wonder if he shoots very often. Notice how this guy is all business. He just openes the box and fires 8 rounds faster than most of us normal folks can even open the box.

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