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<span class="ev_code_RED">3 1/2" barrel or less </span>
I'll start // 629-4 and older brother dash one with lighter cylinder


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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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Man, that thing just rocks! Never seen one like that before.
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Custom model 25-2 in 45acp with rnd to sq butt conversion grips.

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DOC44 - that's a sweet fixed site 29!

Don't be bashful - I know you have more N snubbies to add (please,please,please,please )
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Those revolvers are superb!

...and the photography is superior.
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Two of my favorites. 629-4 LH & 610-2 LH.

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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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you guys are killing me with the sweet looking N frames....All I have is a pair of 3in. 625 45acp's


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Once again, awesome revolvers and photography. My photos are not worthy, but that's never stopped me before!

Model 24 3"

Model 27 3 1/2"
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I forgot I had this one too. Md 657
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3.5" pre-27 made in 1953:


And my 3" N "wheel" or "clock" (please ignore the 686 & 696 in the middle):


Pair of 657s, one polished the other factory:
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I'll throw in another 610-2 as well as a 25-14.



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Hey Bill,

What'll you take in trade!?

I WANT IT!!! WAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!

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Gotta love those N frame snubbies!

Here are a few:

Lew Horton 657


Lew Horton 24


Pre 27 w/Don Collins grips


John Jovino 57


Early 27-2


I needed my N frame fix for the day.

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Here's my no-nonsense little 29-4 snubby with unfluted cylinder. The Pachmayr grips are are original equipment on this 1989 Special Product.





And, here's my 1985 Lew Horton Model 624. The new, perfect condition original S&W Finger Grooved Combat grips are safe and sound in the original box in the gun safe.

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I had no idea S&W made anything like that. Thank you for the continuing education.





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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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Doc...Thanks for sharing the pic of this 29. I also never knew these existed. I have a special affection for snub nose fixed sight guns and yours is simply gorgeous. Here's my stainless version of the 44 Mag.



I also have a few others:








Machtech...What else can I say but STUNNING!

I've never even laid hands on one of those "Bloodwork" guns and you have 3. Can you spell ENVY!!!
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Man, I hate to post up after you guys!

Here goes...




625-3.
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My only entry in this category (so far). Model 24-3.

Regards and thanks for the GREAT pics!

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Wow!!! Just, wow!!!

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Lot o' sweet N's here. Apparently the snubs do have a highly addictive quality.

Couple of my favorites:

M29-3 with Executioner stags:



And a 629-5, an excellent traveling companion:





Nice shootin' irons, all!
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3 1/2 and 5 inch 27-2s.
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just one.....a 625-3 3"
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M29-4 RSR special


M25-2 Jovino custom


And if you will allow some old timers in the wrong room:

KCMP non-Reg. Mag.


Kentucky Highway Patrol non-Reg. Mag.


Dallas PD non-Reg. Mag.


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A 25-10

and a 629-6 that has got a XS-24-7 small dot night sight after the photo was taken. nothing pulls as nice as a N frame trigger!
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Here are a couple of 45Wheelgun snubbies with a full size M25 thrown in for good measure.

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My 325sc.

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Snubbies?
I got an N Frame snubbie around here somewhere.
How about a before & after I took the pretty but gawdawful Combat grips off and added a set of Stags & T-Grip.

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S&W Model 624 ND Lew Horton - before


S&W Model 624 ND Lew Horton - after
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629 unfluted 3" moon clip


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I have posted both of these before. Forgive me as one is a Colt.



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The Model 25-2 that S&W SHOULD have made . . . my favorite wheelgun, with a chopped-to-3 1/4" barrel and a radically narrowed, rounded and smoothed trigger . . .



It now sports a polished blue Tyler T-grip too . . .

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PS: Sorry for the modern MIM cylinder latch, I'm a lefty and this latch is much faster for me in action handgun matches calling for fast reloads.
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Hey Tom, S&W is making those now (snub 25s)...you just have to put up with the lock and the cast parts.
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My 25-13
(I'm looking for a set of Retro Target's to arrive form Ahrends tomorrow or the next day!)



If you'll humor a pre-1945 N-Frame, here's my Hand Ejector, 2nd Model made in 1916 for the Brits.
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Here's my 29-2 with 3 1/2" barrel.

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Hey Tom, S&W is making those now (snub 25s)...you just have to put up with the lock and the cast parts.
Yep, and they look really nice. The MIM parts and such don't bother me, but the damn internal lock is a deal-breaker. I'd have bought one of the new 25-2 ones for my son if it didn't have the lock, but as soon as I researched it I lost all interest in getting one. I could never live with myself if I gave my son a gun that might lock up and cost him his life.

Thus, I'm "cursed" with being "stuck" with the real "classics!"

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Model 29 Classic Lew Horton


Model 629 Trailboss
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Old 10-05-2008, 12:10 PM
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My 24-3 with home made grips:



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Old 10-05-2008, 12:47 PM
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Here's my 325 PD


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