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Old 01-30-2011, 07:17 AM
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My one and only N-frame snubby.....

http://i1235.photobucket.com/albums/...1226000833.jpg
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Nemo,

That's an Ahrends Retro Target in cocobolo. I replaced it with the PC Shop N-frame grip, S&W Accessories #414170000 ~$50 + s/t + s/h, Friday - the Retro Targets are headed to my 4" 629 - a dedicated wimpy .44 Magnum.Special/Russian launcher. Here my pair of PC627 UDR's are now:



Since the PC627 UDR is a 'snubby', I thought it needed smaller grips - the Retro's were great - these are, too.

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I like your new grips. I could not find them on S&W web page. Could you give me a link. Thanks
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Ahh, my favorite S&W revolver topic. Here are my few:
a 3 1/2-in, two 3-in, and two 2 1/2-in, which include 2 .45 ACPs, 2 .44 Spls, and a .44 Mag.

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Here's my 29-4 Unfluted 3" gun. No box or paperwork, but it is in real nice shape. It has been magnaported. Was this ever an option? Could a Factory letter verify this type of information? Thank you.
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The PC Shop N-frame grips are SKU #414170000 $49.99 + s/t + s/h from S&W Accessories - they aren't on their web site.

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629 with cut down Crimson Trace grips and Cylinder & slide fiber optics.
No excuse for missing now.
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Here's my 29-4 Unfluted 3" gun. No box or paperwork, but it is in real nice shape. It has been magnaported. Was this ever an option? Could a Factory letter verify this type of information? Thank you.
My SCSW (1996 edition) lists a 29-4 3" unfluted special run
that looks to be your weapon. Product code 101251. 3200 manufactured
in 1989. No mention of Magnaporting.
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These have been posted before, but here goes. My 629 PC 44 Mag and 625-11 45 Colt.
Tom: I know this is starting to be repetitive (and turning into
a grips thread), but could you tell me more about the stocks on the 44 please?

I am wrestling with the choice of a smooth wooden grip for my
Mountain gun when it gets back from Magnaport. I do like the look of
the Ahrens but don't want the sharp cut-out on the left.
The smoother thumb rest area of the Jordan Trooper style appeals
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Here is my newest Smith I have not yet fired, but I`ve got a bunch of powder puff loads and as soon as the mud dries enough I`m off to my range.
It is a 629-2e ser# bee 52xx, does anyone know any thing about it? I`d be grateful for any info you might care to share.
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629 with cut down Crimson Trace grips and Cylinder & slide fiber optics.
No excuse for missing now.
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Why did you have to cut down the grips ,and did you have any trouble?
I may need to cut mine and any helpful hints are much appreciated. I`d hate to mess up those costly grips.
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Nemo; The grips are the ones that came from the factory, and only for pictures. I shoot it with Pachmayers due to the wood being a little painful from the 44 mag recoil. The top rear of the grips are narrow and I think they would be more comfortable if this area had more surface. S&W lists these grips on their web site.
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Why did you have to cut down the grips ,and did you have any trouble?
I may need to cut mine and any helpful hints are much appreciated. I`d hate to mess up those costly grips.
Thanks,Jack

Jack,
The shape of the N frame hog hunter CT grips have a point that prints bad when carrying concealed. I cut as much as I could without cutting the switch.

I keep asking them for a N frame concealed with rubber like the one for K+L frames.

They don't seem to like the small Ns like we do
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I know this thread is old, but here's a few more. Enjoy.

Jovino 25-2 .45ACP



629-1 Maggie .44 Mag


Bank Note 625-4 .45ACP


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Jovino 25-2 .45ACP



629-1 Maggie .44 Mag


Bank Note 625-4 .45ACP

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VERY nice collection of snubbies, augy, and very, very nice engraving on the 625-4!

AS rule, I don't care all much for engraving, but that is very tastefully done. It's not too 'pretty' to shoot it.
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Here is my 3" M-629:



El Paso Saddlery holster:

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Jovino 25-2 .45ACP



629-1 Maggie .44 Mag


Bank Note 625-4 .45ACP

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OH...MY...God.......
THAT JOVINO 25-2 snub is to die for!
If I could choose any one snub, above all, I would love to own that!
How many years did they make that for...?
Are there ever any on the market?
obsessed, obsessed....
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THAT JOVINO 25-2 snub is to die for!
If I could choose any one snub, above all, I would love to own that!
How many years did they make that for...?
Are there ever any on the market?
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Here's one that just sold on GB.
S&W 25-2 .45 ACP 45ACP 45 : Revolvers at GunBroker.com

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and I can't believe I didn't post any of mine until now

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Speaking of Blood Work guns, I picked up these two this year. Love 'em both. (These are current production, not first production run, but the originals never cross my path in California.)



If you consider three inches to be a snubby in N-land, this LH 24-3 also makes me smile.

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Here's a PC629 that will WRECK your hand shooting 300gr bullets over 19gr of H110! That's a Auto Ordnance 1911 10mm and a Colt Double Eagle 10mm. 2 Colt knives...
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can anyone tell me if my 24-6, 3in. nickle, ser. # cld019x is a lew horton ?
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Alrigh Whitecoyote that is beautiful. Need some more info on that gun. Is it a 1917 parked/bobed and with a ground down birdshead grip?
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You forgot to mention "Fitz Special".
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When I purchased this revolver a few years back it was a real beater. I sent it off to Dave Sams. He reworked the entire revolver, and made it right. It was then refinished by Mag-Na-Port. The guy I purchased it from could only tell me that he inherited from his Uncle. A quote from the seller "My uncle inherited the gun when a friend of his died several years ago. His friend was a WWII vet that repaired guns and tried to get them into the hands of the french resistance."
Per Roy Jinks the revolver was shipped October, 1918.
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OOOOOOOhh, I want me that.

I just added something to my list. I want mine to be flat Parked though and when I bob the hammer Im gonna go all the way down so its flush with the frame. The fitz special makes me a little nervous.

That would be a great project.

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No wonder I can't find a N-frame I like, you have them all.
Great collection and thanks for the post. WOW!!!
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Wow! What a marvelous collection!
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Nice one jughed! Good to see this thread still going!

Which reminds me, I didn't have a photo of this one earlier:



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Nice one jughed! Good to see this thread still going!

Which reminds me, I didn't have a photo of this one earlier...

Thanks, 2hawk!!!... bumping good threads can be expensive

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S&W model 28

S&W model 28, .44 Special

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You can see it here. Post #30.
Mag-Na-Port Customs...Update 08/30/2010 (post 30)
Just received this S&W 657-4 back from Mag-Na-Port.
Mag-Na-Port converted it to a Mini-Combat Magnum, with 2.5" barrel.





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Special order Model 29 made for the owner of American Firearms Warehouse, Wareham, MA. One of three made and shipped in 1974 (3 1/4-inch barrel).

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This is a pic of my 25-2 "jovino gun"

what is the model # for this grip, i'd like to buy one. thanks!

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Keep 'em coming, guys! There is a certain no nonsense feel to a short barreled N frame revolver.
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