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Old 12-06-2009, 04:52 PM
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One of two known Model 29-1s with a 4-screw frame, extractor rod with an improved, left-hand thread and stamped MOD. 29-1 in the yoke cut. This revolver with serial number S220004, surfaced on this forum a few years ago and now resides in my collection after being in the collection of 29-1 for several years (Thank you, Chuck). It is like all other -1 models except there is no L stamped on the rear surface of the cylinder. This particular revolver was shipped in December 1962 and is shown in its "clamshell" case with the correct accessories.

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ooooooh and it is nickel too!!!!!
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I just can't get over the extremely fine examples that you and Chuck have in your collections. It is simply amazing.
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another fantastic beauty and thanks for the oportunity to see it.
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WOW! That's a Beauty!
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My Gawd Doc!!
It just never stops!!
You have THE most amazing Pre-29 / 29 / 29-1 / WHATEVER // collection I've ever seen!!
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That sure is a good lookin' one!

Great pics and thanks for posting such a rare one!
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Very Nice Doc. back to the 4-inchers . . . good!
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Gorgeous example, Bill. Thanks for giving us a peek at it.
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As usual, outstanding, Bill. We have come to not expect less. Why don't you show us a picture of a beater truck gun once in a while to prove you are human?

Thanks for sharing....
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I think that is an excellant idea,how about a photo of your shooters.
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You guys haven't been paying attention. He does post pictures of his shooters, only they look better than most of the rest of us own for collector guns.
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great looking gun!
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That is just fantastic. Thank you.
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