Model 29 S&W. $800 plus tax. Some very minor holster wear and noticeable turn ring. Locks up nice and tight. Doesn't rattle. I would say mid 90's manufacture date. My dilemma is this. I have a 629 stainless and have been looking for a blue steel Model 29 for awhile now. The person selling me this has always been pretty fair when selling me something that's not in his store inventory (private sale) but I'm thinking he's about $100 above what it is actually worth. I've gone on line to a few auction sites and other places trying to find the same revolver with the same grips but had no luck so I figure I'd put it on here and hopefully get a consensus from you S&W fans. The other thing is that I've also been looking at a new Model 29 4" from Smiths "Classic" line. $850 plus tax. Blue with wood grips which I prefer. So should I get the older model or new model. I believe the older model may increase in value over the years but that's not why I want it. I want a shooter not a safe queen. Just to let you know I have several Smith and Wesson revolvers. Mostly "pinned" models but two or three manufactured in the last 20 years.