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Old 10-05-2008, 01:57 PM
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Here is a pic of mine a 325PD. Like it so far wouldn't mind one of the 3in. 29's look sexy.


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This is one very nice pic thread. I never get tired of looking at gun pics.
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I was just watching Law and Order and noticed that the detective played by Dennis Farina carried a blued 3" HB N frame. The silhouette looked exactly like that of the LH 29-3.
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Doc, thats the best looking N frame I have ever seen.... It's like a centerfold.... WOW
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You guys have some beautiful N Frame snub guns. How about a PC 625-11 in 45 Colt. Should be snubby enough.


Or a PC 629-6 ported snubby, in 44 Magnum.
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Here's my 329 NightGuard. Notice the barrel length on the factory box it came in.



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Please welcome 29-4 to the family !
Maybe someone can tell more about this 1989 issue 44 Mag
Thanks Norm

Also looking for some wood for it !

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Hey, S&W, are you listening? Can we get a few more of these?


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Well
I never said this before,but I am 100% with
you Okie.............................................................................................................John.
I may have just bought something as close
to that beauty as I have ever seen.


It just dawned on me that the sights are fixed.
Definitely make a big difference.Very slick and clean.

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Hey, S&W, are you listening? Can we get a few more of these?


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That's a gun I would grab before a 58 or a 520. I had a 3" with adjustable sights - definitely a far 2nd place by comparison. Having fired a 3" 44 Magnum though, I'm a bit "anxious" about those grips. Ouch?
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Being a rabid S&W short barrel fan this is extrememly interesting. Since I'm now stationed in Germany and can't have access to my gund, it's even more, well, emotional I guess.

The fixed sight 29 is what the Thunder Ranch series "should have been". Wow.

The John Jovino guns are also amazingly interesting. I'd love to see some research on that series, markings, numbers, etc.

SDM Manufactiring is doing 624 barrel shortining for IPSC/IDPA. I bet they could make some very cool snubs if so commissioned. Really makes one think.

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Another awesome picture thread. I could spend all day looking at these works of art.
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Does a 3 1/2" count?

I would love to see S&W make a 621 snubbie...
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MikeKeyW:

What is that in the post above? A 3 1/2" .44 Special? Did you convert a M27? or Cut down an M24? What is story with the sights? It looks like you 'converted' an adj. sighted gun to a fixed sighted one? I tried to find other posts about this gun, but wasn't able to learn more. Would love to hear the story on this gun. thanks,
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BTW, I forgot to mention that it is beautiful . . . sorry, got a little too excited. This is more or less my Grail gun.
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Geeee. How can there be soooo many N-Frames out there ? All pretty . I've just got this one critter. My 627 PC Snubby. "Rollin hot" those are such great pictures.
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My 27-2 APD #510 on the right. The one on the left is a M19-4
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Here's my 629 UDR I picked up last month. Brutal recoil, but very accurate. It's my favorite little powerhouse.


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Great thread!

I have several N-frame snubbies...these are some shots I happen to have on file of my .45ACP 625. (I can't recall the dash number, and I'm too lazy to go out to my safe and get it out to check it, LOL! It does have an MIM trigger and frame-mounted firing pin, but no internal lock.)

Interesting story about the grips...after buying this revolver and shooting it, I decided it was a keeper, and looked into having some nice grips made for it. I called Roy Fishpaw around the fall of 2000, and he put me on his waiting list. About eight months later, he wrote to me and told me to send him the 625 along with a description of what I wanted. I suggested instead I deliver it to him personally, and he consented.

I live in northeastern Maryland, and Mr. Fishpaw's home is in Lynchburg, Virginia. On a beautiful early summer morning in 2001, I saddled up my motorcycle, and rode to Lynchburg via Skyline Drive and the Blue Ridge Parkway. It was a glorious ride, and I got to Lynchburg late that night.

The next morning, I went to Mr. Fishpaw's home, and spent about an hour there with him. He measured my right hand, and asked what I was looking for, and what kind of grips I wanted. He showed me a photo album of grips he's made, and then had me select the wood for my grips from his stock. He was a real gentleman, and my visit with him was truly a delight.

(Leaving Lynchburg to head for home, I fulfilled a longtime goal: I rode to Red Hill, which is Patrick Henry's estate and final resting place near Lynchburg, and visited his grave to pay my respects and thank him for what he did for our country.)

In the fall of 2001, about 5 months after my visit, Mr. Fishpaw shipped my 625 back to me, with these beautiful French walnut grips installed. They are flawless, and perfectly fitted.

This particular 625 is a treat to shoot. It balances well, is very accurate, and has a great trigger. Someday my sons will bicker over who will get it, and be able to tell my grandchildren a neat story about it... :-)
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Here's my Model 24-3, with the grips I had to refinish on it.

Sorry for the lousy pic: I'm worthless taking pictures...


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My 629 PC, same as RedBeren's, 2 5/8", kicks but accurate. Great trail or woods gun.

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Here's another more classic N-frame snub....a 1985 vintage 624 3". I bought it new that year and really haven't used it much, still have the box, papers, tool bag, and even the unused holster in the S&W bag. I kept this gun in my office desk-drawer for many years, but decided to retire it from that duty.

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OK.
The wet blanket chimes in. Beautiful guns, with fugly stocks..........not in the sense that you mean.
WHY do they always have to have finger grooves, cutouts, whatever the current prhase is?
Just make them compact and leave out the finger thingies..........if your hand is the exact size, by luck, then they are great.
If not, and that probably includes about 75 % of us..........time to move on.......to rubbers? They are bulky and stink, and don't fit either, and Hogues are just the same thing in synthetic.
Jesus, could someone just make smooth stocks ? Please?
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Here are some....even a couple with smooth non-finger groove stocks.











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It may not qualify as a snubby, but I sure like to show it off.

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What can I say, other than I came across an "Original" 627-PC Blood Work N-Frame a few weeks ago. Changed out the unfluted cylinder for a fluted one & never looked back. This is my 2nd N-Frame.
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NOT a Lew Horton 629. Sambar Stags by Eagle Grips......
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What could be better than a 2 5/8" PC627 UDR? A pair of them!



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My recent purchase, original 627pc blood work


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625-10. Super-light snubby.
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I wasn't going to participate in this thread as I have posted the pictures of two of my "snubbies" before but the arrival of a third one kind of pushed me over the edge (LOL).

The only one I have that would fit in this forum (1980 to Present) is this cut down 624.

It's barrel measures about 3-3/8". Not quite the 3.5" I was hoping for but cheeper than buying a longer barreled one and paying to have it cut down, re-crowned and the sight moved.

Next in age is this 27-2 that I bought as a rusted and pitted mess.

My gunsmith tuned it, round butted it, bead-blasted off the rust and the worst of the pits, then blued it.

And the oldest, but newest to me, is this chopped down 1917.

Who ever customized this one did a nice job. The barrel is as short as you can get and still have the ejector rod and it's catch in the original position, call it 3-1/4". The front sight was nicely soldered on and the hard chrome finish was well done. It came with Hogue rubbers but the 1950s vintage plastic stocks and the Pachmayr grip adapter seem more appropriate.

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Here is mine. Just arrived today. There are lots like it, but this one is mine.

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Just got this one home, posted a couple pics above of the same from the gun shop above. It is a 627 blood work, serial number HMA0007. Replaced the grips with a set of combats Here it is under it's bigger brother a 627-0
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