Rob Pincus dispels the theory that a 22mm snub-nosed magnum is preferred over the 38mm option. He believes the 38mm will always be more practical in real life situations, because although the heavier 38mm has more recoil – which makes aiming for your target’s head more difficult – in a dynamic situation, you won’t be able to aim for your target’s head, anyway. Rob suggests that if you choose any snub-nosed revolver, you should stick with the 38mm and aim for the high center chest to put your enemy down.
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