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Old 02-21-2021, 04:46 PM
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Model 29-4...not a 629-4

I have passed on .the .44 mag variety in the past as I just like .357 better. Didnít want to add another bullet size to look for. This time I couldnít pass up the price of $400 for a late 1988 serial prefix BBW with the 8 3/8Ē barrel. It has the 3Tís and the left side of the gun is clean. The right side has some freckling on one spot of the cylinder and a good dozen other spots that need attention. Seller threw 8 rounds and 42 empty brass as well. Waiting for some warmer weather here in Michigan to go out put some rounds through it.




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Nice snag, I would buy that all day long at 400. Is it me or the lighting, but that looks like a 29, not a 629?

Either way nice!
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Nice snag, I would buy that all day long at 400. Is it me or the lighting, but that looks like a 29, not a 629?

Either way nice!

Itís a 29-4 for sure, not sure why I typed it as a 629-4... 629-4  secured


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I also paid $400 for an M29 (6" dash 3) ... but that was 14 years ago! You got a great buy.
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Great revolver and with that prefix, she is a big beautiful woman 629-4  secured

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nice find $400.00 I'll take four to go please! thanks. kenny
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I resisted .44 Magnums for many years. Then got assimilated....

Best long range revolvers that I've found, by a lot! (I still keep trying to get a .41 or .357 to do well past 100yds, but no joy yet. Best runner up to date has been the .45 Colt, weirdly enough.)
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Yup, stole it.
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