Personal Defense TV: Snubnose Revolver Tactics

Personal Defense TV: Snubnose Revolver Tactics

snubnose_revolver_tactics_carrySnubnose revolvers are the tried and true workhorse of concealed carry. Guns like the Smith & Wesson Model 36 "Chief's Special" have earned a reputation as some of the most reliable carry guns.

Choosing a snubnose revolver as a primary sidearm is a great option, though the decision to carry a wheel gun does involve some special considerations compared to that of semiautos. On this episode of Personal Defense TV on the Sportsman Channel, we examine snubnose revolver tactics to give you an advantage when it's time to protect yourself.

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