Out of town...629-4
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Out of town...629-4
Sweeeet. Good looking stocks too.
I really need to add a revolver to my collection.
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That 629 might kick a bit hard for you. Might want to send it out to me before your hand starts hurting. Do you find the smooth wooden stocks feel slick? I took mine off my 686 and replaced them with checkered Eagle Secret Service. Grips better and is more stable in my hand. Maybe just me.
Nice pair you have there.
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oooh..... those are sweet!!
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I love the feel of those smooth RB's in my hand! They are a huge improvement over the rubber grips they originally had...more concealable, too.
I tried some Decelerator's on the 629 but they were too thin and didn't offer any real felt recoil reduction. The Ajax boot grips, while shorter, fill the palm of my hand better.
Great looking pair of revolvers!
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Gorgeous grips. The revolvers are nice too.
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I love stainless steel! Very nice.
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Ya...the 629 is quite possibly my favorite of all I own. I kept hearing how HORRIFIC the recoil was going to be but I find it quite shootable. I know that recoil is a VERY subjective thing, but I wonder how many people have actually fired one before they write them off as wrist-breakers.
With full-house loads it DOES jump pretty good but I don't shoot the heavy loads for most of my shooting. Most of the time when I take her out I will shoot 2/3 to 3/4 loads for plinking and targets and only shoot enough of the HEAVY stuff to stay familiar with them. I don't really carry the heavy loads except when I am in bear country.