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S&w 629-1

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by Metal Tiger, Sep 6, 2012.

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  1. Metal Tiger

    Metal Tiger Member

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    Just picked up this beauty here in California. Not cheap but worth it. I am enjoying it bunches.

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    You can notice that I am not a camera man but a Metal Tiger Shootist.
     
  2. rswartsell

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    Damn, you own a hand rifle.
     
  3. righteoushoot

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    Reminds me of Johnny Dangerously. Is that, if you'll pardon the question, a full 10"?
     
  4. Deaf Smith

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    Now go to the AFT and get it classified as a short barreled rifle and then have a shoulder stock made for it that replaces the grips.

    Then a peep sight to replace the notch rear adjustable sight and you then have one cool deer rifle!

    Yes a pistol carbine.

    Deaf
     
  5. el Godfather

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    Nice piece
    I have a sw629 classic with 6.5", but looks like at least 8"??
     
  6. BYJO4

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    Great looking model 629. With that barrel, it should be extremely accurate.
     
  7. The Lone Haranguer

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    It looks like the 8 3/8" to me.
     
  8. sgtstryker

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    Hey, that's a great gun. There's something about the 4" models, the 6" models, but the 8 3/8" models really stand out, huh? Shoot it up...
     
  9. Metal Tiger

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    New photo

    Thanks. Went out today and got the girl dirty. We both liked it. Very accurate. In my hands hit steel plates out past couple hundred yards up to 50% of the time mostly 2 out of 6 hit the steel. Great shooter.

    This is a S&W 629-1 made in the mid 80's. Yes 8 3/8 barrel.

    From my flickr account
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