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Old 10-11-2018, 12:10 PM
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Closing in on 70 yrs. old, and I hope I never buy my "last gun".
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Old 10-11-2018, 12:19 PM
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Ok great! Please come back here and report after the range day!

And yes, $500 is not even half of the price each for the last (2) Smiths I've bought since July...
I will report back.

I am looking forward to shooting this one and my newly acquired 686 and 27-7.

I have some shooting to do.
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Old 10-11-2018, 04:26 PM
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If I add one more it will be a nice 29-2 with a 6.5" barrel and possibly another .45 auto.

So far I've ended up with way more than I ever expected to.
Go for an M29 that has the "Endurance Package" and be able to run whatever you want thru it. I got an M29-3, 3" barreled Lew Horton Special that I love. But I'm afraid to shoot the 300 & 305grain "Thumpers" out of it for shooting it loose. So that led me to buy an M629-5, 3" barreled example With the Endurance Package so I can shoot the steel plat poppers without worries. It's a sickness and you'll invent ways to buy another like I did.
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