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Thumbs up 629 club

I'd like to start a new thread, one that holds interest for the big bore sixgunner,the 44 magnum is my all time favorite caliber and the 629 is my all time favorite 44, but I do have others and like to read about and look at photos of them as well.
Which 44's do you guys have and use the most?
Which barrel length are your favorites?
Do you have any pet loads that you'd like to share?
Who makes your favorite stocks?
How about the leather gear you use the most.
Do you use your 44's for hunting, target shooting or woods bumming? I'd really like to hear from anyone who carrys a 44 concealed.
And once again I need to apolgize for the nasty cell phone pics. Here are mine from the short to the long





lets see and hear about yours
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CWH,
That is one heck of a collection. Beautiful. My .44 collection consists of one lonely Ruger Redhawk. The .44 magnum was the first handgun that I ever purchased. Though I seldom shoot full house loads anymore there is just something about the .44 Mag that I love. I'll never be without one. I used both my Super Redhawk and my TC Contender in 7-30 Waters to hunt near Farmington Maine for years. Haven't been up there for a couple of years. I would be glad to add a nice 629 to my collection but they are as scarce as hens teeth. Maybe someday I'll stumble across a good one.

CWH, Since you insisted. Notice the hammer pin. The recess is on opposite side of gun from the norm. This was on the very early guns and later changed by Ruger to what exists today. Circa 1983. Purchased new with box and papers. Still want a NICE 629. Regards MIke

UPDATE: July 2013 Finally got a S&W 629. Stumbled upon this nice dash 3 Classic DX. Happy Days.



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Not quite as extensive as yours, by I own a Mod. 29-10 6.5", Mod. 629 PC 7.5", and a Mod. 629 PC 2.65". I have to say, I'm rather fond of the .44 myself.
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here are a few of mine,29-2 from 1972, 629-5 classic dx,and a 29-4 lew horton.
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Good thread idea,I have two 44MAGS right now.I have a 6.5" Nickel 29-2 with the presentation case and a 3" 29-4 Lew Horton.My pet load for .44MAG is 24gr's of H110/W296 under a 240gr LSWC keith bullet.This is close to a max load so make sure to start lower and work up to it.When I shoot a .44MAG I want it to be HOT,If I want lower recoil I will just shoot another smaller caliber.

EDIT:My 29-4 is exactly like Superglide's except mine is factory Mag-Na-Ported.

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I own a 29-10 6.5" and its an awesome shooter, but I love stainless revolvers. I'm often tempted to try to trade my 29-10 for a 629.
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I sadly only own one and do not shoot it as much as I should although I love that thing. 3" 629-4.
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629-6 (lock gun) top, 629-4 bottom (center doesn't qualify...)


Pair of 629-4 MG's:


29 "no dash":


29-2 6.5":


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KLYED, you should put up a photo of your ruger, they are great guns the true workhorses of my gun room, you show yours, and I'll see if I can find a photo of one or two of mine

gaijin, you have some finely stocked handguns there and your photos are suppurb, your guns look great, thanks for sharing
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I've owned several over the years but currently only have a 629-3. A real pleasure to shoot. I decided the 6.5" barrel was not to my liking and had my friendly gunsmith chop that puppy down to 4". I like the 629 much more in this configuration.

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Here's mine.29-2 and 629-4 I know I've posted these before,hope nobody cares about looking at reruns.Very nice group of revolvers CW.
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pretty sneakey KLYDE, sliding that ruger in your first post...lol
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some rugers
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CWH,
Very nice single actions. I have a soft spot for the SA. I've always wanted one but never made the purchase. Too many guns and not enough time or money.
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Whilst I have a brace of Model 29s, there's only a single 629 in the group.
That one is, however, the somewhat uncommon pinned/recessed "no-dash" variant.
It was really showing its age, however, so it took a lot of rubbing to bring it back:

Hoping to find a no-dash 4" to keep it company, but no joy yet.
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My first big bore hand gun was a Taurus 44 Mag. 6" barrel with their ported barrel around 1998. Liked the big gun but not the ported barrel.
Traded it in for Ruger Vaqueros 44 mag. and got a Marlin 1894 44 mag., learned to reload and cast my own bullets and still hooked on the 44 calibers. Most recently,I did aquire a few S&W 44 mags.

did slip in a Nickle 29-2
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I have a preference to 29's over 629's but here are my 629's.

4" tuned by Andy Cannon.



5" prelock



And for those times when 8-3/8" just won't do.........

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Here's mine all no dash 629's

4 inch

6 inch

8 3/8 inch

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6-1/2" 629-4 Classic, 6" 629-1 with a Millett rear sight (it's my paper-punching .44) and 5" 629-3 Classic DX.



Sorry I'm not the shutterbug some of you guys are.

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Another 5" 629-3 Classic DX. Just for punching nice round holes in paper. I had the red ramp sight on it for the last few years but switched to the gold bead just today:



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I own a half dozen or so but these two 5" 29-2's are my favorites.



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Well as some of you know I'm a noobie in regards to .44 mags.

Here is a picture of my newly purchased unfired 629-1 .44 magnum 6" and S&W Mdl 15-3 .38spl 4" that I'll be picking-up at my ffl on the 15th.

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Pardon me while I wipe saliva off my keyboard. My first handgun was a Ruger (stainless) SuperBlackhawk in .44 with a 7.5" barrel. I purchased it after coming home from a trip in the Boundary Waters after a memorable encounter with a camp-wise bear. Took a couple whitetails with the gun. It's a wonderful shooter, if a bit unwieldy. I looked for a sound 5.5" stainless Redhawk for years, and finally stumbled onto one in a friend's shop. It's handier, but if feels like it should have come with wheels. The top gun on my bucket list is a 4" 629- post upgrade. The dreaded IL isn't a deal breaker for me, either. I'm looking for a more packable fishing/hiking gun. Maybe even in Mountain Gun configuration. Sigh!

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Whilst I have a brace of Model 29s, there's only a single 629 in the group.
That one is, however, the somewhat uncommon pinned/recessed "no-dash" variant.
Would like to find a no-dash 4" to keep it company, but no joy yet:

got your guns brother up here in Maine, mine came with checkered targets


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629-1, and 29-3....

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Both of my 629-6's, the entirety of my 629 collection, normally sport wood grips as they don't normally see 'real' .44 Magnums.



For home defense, I keep GA Arms 200gr Gold Dots in .44 Special in speedloaders for both of them. I also shoot .44 Russian. .44 Special, and .44 Magnum homebrews - very seldom shoot hot loads.

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Jug your combat magnums are stunning, thanks for posting
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I've had a 629-1 8 3/8" for about 20 years which is one of my favorites for whitetail. Also a 629-4 in 4" that is carried often for CCW, weather permitting.
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Those 5" guns are amazing, please tell us about them
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Here are my three 629s. Left hand side starting at the top 29-3, 629 Classic Hunter, 629 Classic DX, 629 Power Port. Right side .44 specials 624, 624, 696. I have shot the 629 Power Port more than all of the others.



I just picked up this 3" 624 to round out the 624s.

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Jug your combat magnums are stunning, thanks for posting
Thank you, and no problem.
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What scope do you have?
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My -4 is used for Bear protection on hunting, fishing and horse packing trips. Unless I'm carrying a rifle, this Classic is either on my hip or by my pillow.

I load hardcast, 285 grain bullets over max charges of H110 for 1235 fps. Very accurate. It's carried in a leather Safariland strong-side holster.

I've had a 29 and two 629s since 1976 ---- they have all served me well.

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Sweet, got to love those 5" full lug guns, my-3 is the bomb, though I don't pack it anywhere
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This is a good thread.

Here is my one and only 629.



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That is awesome, can you tell us all about it, do you have the box, how long have you had it, thanks for putting it up
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Here is my one and only 629.



And yet another super 4" gun, is it a P&R'ed
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A little long winded I suppose but here goes.

The top gun I bought new when I was 16 in 1978, originally an 8 3/8" piece. My first handgun, a kid caught up in Dirty Harry, and actually bought at retail which was near impossible to find then in the Bay Area of California due to the DH "craze". Some years later I had the barrel cut to 5". Some years after that (1994?) while cleaning it I noted what looked like a "chunk" of metal missing from the bore about halfway down the barrel. I called the factory and was advised to send it in. A couple of weeks later I received a call from the "assigned technician" advising that, in fact, the barrel was defective. The problem is, his words, the only 5" barrel we have is for the Classic with the interchangeable front sight. Would that be OK? Uh, yep. A few weeks later I received the gun and it was as new, fully re-nickeled, three different front sights and dead tight in every way, at no cost. I remember him explicitly saying that he was fully authorized to determine and agree with the customer the extent of the repair. He seemed excited about the conversion. What service. I assume those days are long gone.

The scond gun was purchased when I was living in Alberta (2004 - 2009) as a beater for $400. The Cokes did it for me. I imported it when I returned to the State's and thought it was the perfect piece to make into a replica of the 500 5" guns made back in '56 (?) or so. I replaced and fitted some of the internals then sent the gun with a Stroh front sight assembly (less grips) to Alan Harton in Houston requesting the 5" cut, mount of the Stroh sight, polish and blue. I sent the grips to a gent here on the forum for restoration. Bingo. Here's the original gun.

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My 3" 629-4....Hope to have a nice Model 29 one day.

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I have two favorites. My Ruger Redhawk for hunting:






And my S&W model 629-6 Talo Deluxe with a 3" barrel. I sent it S&W for the master revolver action package and for a fixed C&S extreme duty rear sight.



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OK. I'll throw in a favorite tweaked Ruger Old Model Super Blackhawk.



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The bisley grip frame looks good on that old 3 screw, whatever you are feeding it, it likes it for sure, thanks for putting it up
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This fills me with envy!!!!

Yeah me to, been meaning to ask about that one, this thread has so many guns that I'm into, I just can't keep up, but I do want to hear all about this horse pistol
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CWH4430,

It is pinned and recessed, not a transitional model. I looked for quite a while before I found a 4 inch P&R 629.
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