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Old 06-18-2012, 09:19 PM
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Were there any 8 3\8 629's no dashes made with recessed chambers but without a pinned barrel? Any idea what something like that would be worth?

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Were there any 8 3\8 629's no dashes made with recessed chambers but without a pinned barrel? Any idea what something like that would be worth?

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I believe so. A member here has one if I remember correctly. Mine is P&R.

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Yes, there were. I have one.
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Any combination is possible, they are called transition guns, I have a 4" 629-1 that doesn't have the dash mark the frame is stamped 6291 its pinned but not recessed , they aren't worth any more and I haven't heard that they are worth less than a regular gun, has far as price goes condition matters but a lnib 8 3/8" at $800 would be a good price around here
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Any combination is possible, they are called transition guns, I have a 4" 629-1 that doesn't have the dash mark the frame is stamped 6291 its pinned but not recessed , they aren't worth any more and I haven't heard that they are worth less than a regular gun, has far as price goes condition matters but a lnib 8 3/8" at $800 would be a good price around here
What he said except for a serious S&W collector and in that case they would be worth less.
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The one I was looking at also has the frame markings light in the middle and normal on the two ends. I think I will pass on this one.
Thanks for the information.
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