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    Now that is NICE!!


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    ooooo....very nice Mr. White....very nice indeed!!!
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    Nice piece !!
    One shot. One kill.

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    beautiful gun

    I'm no expert with wheel guns, but I like S&W wheel guns a lot.
    I've shot a few from my buddy's collection, but only have 1 wheel gun of my own - s&w 340pd.

    I like the looks of your 629 - how'd you get it in a 3" barrel?
    I thought they came in 4 & 5" only.

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    Bud - that gun is too small for your large hands - definitely!!

    Only solution is to send it down to me for ''appraisal''

    Nice indeed - looks like same finish as on my 4" 629 Mountain Gun but heavier in the barrel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by steve_db
    I'm no expert with wheel guns, but I like S&W wheel guns a lot.
    I've shot a few from my buddy's collection, but only have 1 wheel gun of my own - s&w 340pd.

    I like the looks of your 629 - how'd you get it in a 3" barrel?
    I thought they came in 4 & 5" only.
    *embarrassed*
    I didn't realize how common customized revolvers are.
    (I'm also a member of the S&W forum, and searched and found many custom .44 mag revolvers).

    Well, I'm still learning. Gotta start somewhere.

    Anyway, beautiful gun Bud. Another one added to my wish list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve_db
    *embarrassed*
    I didn't realize how common customized revolvers are.
    (I'm also a member of the S&W forum, and searched and found many custom .44 mag revolvers).

    Well, I'm still learning. Gotta start somewhere.

    Anyway, beautiful gun Bud. Another one added to my wish list.
    Never Hurts to ask .. You can order this one though your Dealer from the distributor Lew Horton here is link from smiths site to the Same gun

    http://www.smith-wesson.com/webapp/w...-1&isFirearm=Y


    i like the grips came on mine better than ones in the stock pic though

    You can get some wild stuff from the performance center.. Search fro my 627 on here you wont see that one at most gun dealers

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    Quote Originally Posted by P95Carry
    Bud - that gun is too small for your large hands - definitely!!

    Only solution is to send it down to me for ''appraisal''

    Nice indeed - looks like same finish as on my 4" 629 Mountain Gun but heavier in the barrel.
    It balances perfectly with that 3" barrel chris it just feels right

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    Beautiful
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    Been out putting rounds down range with the P239 357SIG and missed this. Great looking revolver, Bud.
    I'm sure we will soon have pictures of it spouting flames as you shot in the twilight. This evening is the first time we have shot toward dusk and I was surprised to see the 357SIG putting out a pretty good muzzle flash. Wife's Bersa 9mm didn't really have one.
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    George you will find out even with SD ammo and low flash powder the 357sig still lights it up at dusk

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    Is there a weblink you could post to order one of those jobs? Oops, nevermind, didnt read all the posts, hehe.

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    Mikee Not really a web link to order it but the info take that to dealer tell um to call lew horton and they will hook ya up

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    WOW, very nice piece Bud.
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    Wow that is way cool Bud. I am envious of that one.
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