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Old 09-25-2020, 05:50 PM
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This **** is getting addictive. What do I do now? 2 29-4 3" non-fluted.
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Need a right and left holster for them now! Very nice. Looking down the barrel of 2 of those would scare off any bear, no need to shoot them.
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Nice! I do have a question. What a good set of grips for recoil? I shot my new 69 the other day with full power .44mags and it hurted a bit.
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For the M69 (and any round butt K, L, N X), the Hogue 500 X Frame Tamers (they are the ones that cover the backstrap) -- Available directly from Hogue now

X/Z-Frame Revolvers - Grips for Smith & Wesson - Handgun Grips - Hogue Products

you can also re contour them with a dremel sanding disc, belt sander, or sanding block.

Unaltered from factory -- Left 4 1/4" M69. Modified (rounded butt and removed finger groves) Center - 2 3/4"



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For the M69 (and any round butt K, L, N X), the Hogue 500 X Frame Tamers (they are the ones that cover the backstrap) -- Available directly from Hogue now

X/Z-Frame Revolvers - Grips for Smith & Wesson - Handgun Grips - Hogue Products

you can also re contour them with a dremel sanding disc, belt sander, or sanding block.

Unaltered from factory -- Left 4 1/4" M69. Modified (rounded butt and removed finger groves) Center - 2 3/4"



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Thanks, ordered a set.
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One for each hand? I need more hands.

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I’ve reached the point where when I find a good gun that I shoot well, I buy a second one.
It will make it easier to thin the herd later. If I only have one...it goes.
Does that make at least a little sense?
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I’ve reached the point where when I find a good gun that I shoot well, I buy a second one.
It will make it easier to thin the herd later. If I only have one...it goes.
Does that make at least a little sense?
Quite logical to me...

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Nice! I love matched pairs!
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Do a video of you shooting them both at the same time. Slow motion. That would be cool.
Full house magnums of course
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Do a video of you shooting them both at the same time. Slow motion. That would be cool.
Full house magnums of course
I've tried it (without the video) with a pair of 38 Special J frames on falling plates at about 10 yards. Great fun. But it goes a lot better when Tom Cruise does it. (I think it would take more ammunition than is currently available for me to get reliably accurate with a pair of guns at the same time.)
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Twin revolvers, eh? Only one thing to do, buy a very sturdy leather belt and holsters for left and right carry.
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Twin revolvers, eh? Only one thing to do, buy a very sturdy leather belt and holsters for left and right carry.
NO, I need shoulder holsters, I couldn't keep my pants up with belt holsters. LOL
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A very nice pair and if I found a second one at a decent price, I would buy it without hesitation! Mine was magna ported by the previous owner and has some honest wear. It is not a Lew Horton gun, according to the person with whom I spoke a couple of years ago.

The action is smooth and the accuracy well, its a S&W, need I say more?
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RG,

I did notice that the cylinder releases on your two Mod. 29's are different. I wonder when that change snuck into the room?
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This should take care of your problem. Just get a set of suspenders to help hold the pants up.
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I’m your huckleberry Bobby. This work by Buck Taylor is on my mantle entitled “One in Each Hand”.
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This **** is getting addictive. What do I do now? 2 29-4 3" non-fluted.
Nice! How close are they SN-wise?
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Not. Third letter different.

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Wicked looking how do they shoot?
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I haven't shot them yet. My wife had a severe stroke in March and I can't get out much.

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Sorry to hear of your troubles. I hope all goes smoothly for you and your Mrs.

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I did notice that the cylinder releases on your two Mod. 29's are different. I wonder when that change snuck into the room?
I'm sure the previous owner changed to the newer type. I have never seen a model 29 with that release. I'll change it back.
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This **** is getting addictive. What do I do now? 2 29-4 3" non-fluted.
I'm thinking a nice custom made double shoulder rig is in order.
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Yes sorry for your trouble. Maybe sometime you will get the range if your situ improves...be curious how they shoot pls update if you can.
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Yes sorry for your trouble. Maybe sometime you will get the range if your situ improves...be curious how they shoot pls update if you can.
Will do. Don't have anything but 44 special right now

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Thats a heck of a NY reload!
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