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Smith 629 found a new home today

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by bigtubby, Jun 28, 2012.

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  1. bigtubby

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    Picked this up off a local forum hardly looks like a box of shells thru it 629-4 3"

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  2. bikemutt
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    Nice, and no hole!
     
  3. bigtubby

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    Thanks, Bike mutt hope you don't mind me stealing the title from your thread it just seemed so appropriate.
     
  4. huntershooter

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    Nice revolver.
    The 629-4 was one of the last series of the "no MIM, no lock" guns. They still had case colored hammers/triggers.
    I have a pair of them (MG's) that are favorite hog and deer handguns.


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  5. Sam1911

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    Dang, a 3"! Cool! That's almost perfect! :)
     
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    Congrats! Looks just like my 3" 629-2 (which I put the Hogue grip on; That rounded stock grip was about worthless)

    .44 suffers quite a bit in short barrels, but I still love the gun! I'm bettin' you will too.
     
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