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S&W 29-2 6" nickel price check

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by bikemutt, Dec 27, 2012.

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  1. bikemutt
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    When it rains it pours (especially in Seattle).

    I discovered a virtually flawless 29-2 6" nickel gun with the 3 Ts, it is truly something to behold. Made in '77-'78.

    My only trepidation is I really don't shoot .44 magnum, nor do I reload, and it is a target gun. So I don't need this one, but I really want it, does that makes sense :eek:

    I'd waive goodbye to around $800 for it.
     
  2. Liberty1776

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    Not a bad price - is it one of the ones that came in a wood case?
     
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    bikemutt, I saw that one (as well as the pre-27) ... of the two, I'd go for the 29. I looked hard at it (his cash price is OK), but just can't justify it to The Boss (wifey) since I just picked up two nice K-frames for my Christmas gift to myself ...

    None of us needs a 29 ... but shouldn't we each have at least one? (and a buddy who reloads .44 spl/mag) ...
     
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    I'd get them both were I in your shoes!
     
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    just saw a nickel 29-2 8 3/8 three T's and wood presentation case asking price was $1000.00

    On a side note I sold my last .44magnum as I just cant shoot them as well as a .357 probably just me.
     
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