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insult

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Synonyms for snub

to slight (someone) deliberately

a deliberate slight

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an instance of driving away or warding off

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a refusal to recognize someone you know

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refuse to acknowledge

reject outright and bluntly

unusually short

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Locked into a vise it's the rare snubby which won't do 2-inch groups or better at 25 yards with the right ammo.
But I do worry about new shooters choosing as their first (often their only) defensive firearm, a tiny pocket autopistol or lightweight snubby revolver.
We all agreed that such performance from out-of-the-box snubby revolvers was extraordinary, especially when you consider how hot and dirty they got as test firing progressed.
I'm so outraged by your response to Dave Hall's e-mail ("Snubbies Snubbed," Speak Out, Sept/Oct 2014) saying he was right to intervene when a store sales clerk was trying to sell a woman an airweight snubby.
The Rhino snubby comes with a well-made Italian pancake-style hip holster, and the flat sides of the cylinder help to conceal it.
327 Federal Magnum offers for most shooters is one extra shot in a snubby.
22 LR, available as a 2" snubby that weighs perhaps 11 ounces, or with a 3" "Kit Gun" style barrel.
For one thing the 5,000 unit run puts it in the realm of "shooting without desecrating" as there will be enough guns in the hands of shooters whose fingers will itch to pull the triger on this unique little snubby that no power on earth will hold them back from wringing them out as duty guns.
I especially want to recognize John Taffin's "Classic Snub Guns" (Taffin Tests, Sept/ Oct 2014), as I'm a "classic" snubby revolver guy, so a bit biased.
But none of that lessens the practicality of the medium-frame snubby as a defensive gun, so we chose three modern versions of the design for a head-to-head test: the Smith & Wesson Model 386 Night Guard, Ruger GP100 and Taurus Model 817 Ultra Lite.
The Colt snubby is gone but there are ample options in the marketplace.
First, there's the shopkeeper tired of being robbed by thugs, who finds a dependable snubby easiest to conceal on his person or in his place of business.
The short barrel of a small gun, such as a snubby, does far more to make the gun easy and convenient to carry than it does to make it more concealable.
These ergonomic grips also significantly increased control on the gun, which is no small matter when you're shooting +P fodder out of a snubby.