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Sharing the latest arrivals. Special thanks to Mountain man - elk grips, CC in GA for the model 29, Morgan trail stuff - bucheimer b11 perfect fit holster.









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Doesn't get much better than that!
Gun looks great
Stocks look great
And I like that style holster for general belt carry
Awesome rig, right there!

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Iím not really too familiar with the 29ís
But looking at the bolt stops it seems to be a pre endurance gun and no barrel pin so Iím guessing a dash 3Ö.
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That's right, an early dash 3 before the three letter prefixes.
I can't wait to try it out, it looks to not be fired much.
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Please be careful with the strap snap in the holster, it can cause scratches in the side plate.
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Please be careful with the strap snap in the holster, it can cause scratches in the side plate.
Thank you I will watch that. I do have one that will not see the insides of a holster while I own it.

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I like that style holster, but it can scratch a gun badly, so I usually put two layers of duct tape over each of the inside metal fittings (a small piece will do it).

Super nice revolver set up!
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I like that style holster, but it can scratch a gun badly, so I usually put two layers of duct tape over each of the inside metal fittings (a small piece will do it).

Super nice revolver set up!
That will definitely work, but I prefer a circle of thin leather.
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Great looking set up. I really hope you enjoy it. I know I would.
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Please be careful with the strap snap in the holster, it can cause scratches in the side plate.
I'd line the underside of the strap, right up to the snap, with some moleskin to help prevent that. That's a dash-3, right? The one in the presentation case is a dash-2?

Nothing not to like about a pair of nickel M29's.

I also have a nickel M29-2 that won't see a holster or a round in the cylinder.
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That's a dash-3, right? The one in the presentation case is a dash-2?

Nothing not to like about a pair of nickel M29's.

I also have a nickel M29-2 that won't see a holster or a round in the cylinder.
I like nickel 44's, the first firearm I purchased was an 8 3/8 nickel 44 in the late 70's.

That's right a 6" dash-3 and 6.5" dash-2. The -2 still shows being fired every other cylinder.
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