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    You have to love S&W revolvers. I own.
    1. 4" 686-6
    2. 4" 686P(-6) 7-shot
    3. 4" 625-8
    4. 6" 29-2
    5. 6.5" 629-3 Classic

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    Sick.

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    My one and only is a 65-5 that has been converted to DAO by the Smith & Wesson Performance Center. They also performed one of the smoothest trigger jobs I have ever felt.


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    I have a 629-6. Bought it just this past week and don't really know why I bought it. I've always wanted a 4" 44 so when my dealer showed it to me I just bought it. It wasn't high on my priority list but at least it's good trading material.

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    You Did Good!!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by awall View Post
    I have a 629-6. Bought it just this past week and don't really know why I bought it. I've always wanted a 4" 44 so when my dealer showed it to me I just bought it. It wasn't high on my priority list but at least it's good trading material.
    You'll know why when you shoot it. When I bought my 686PP, 6", 357 mag. I just bought it because I liked the kick ass way it looked. Now I love that gun and won't part with it till they bury me and then my son gets it.

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    S&W Wheelguns?

    649 Bodyguard and M65 3'' bobbed-drooling for a 696 and new 629 3" RB

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    Currently only have a 5" M29. Plan on buying many more.

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    Yeah, I'm a Smith & Wesson revolver man. I sorta collect them.
    BTW: all my Smiths are blue steel and there ain't a lock in the bunch.

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    Sure wish I could find one, just one .357 with a 4" barrel, blued and real wood grips, at a fair price. I might a well take the next shuddle out of here.

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    My S&Ws

    I only have two of them,....and they are just alike except for the color. Got a 1 7/8" round butt M-36 blued and an identical M-60 in stainless. I have lots of military rifles and other stuff and just never felt the need for an S&W until I started carrying. I bought the M-36 first, and it was used but just like NIB. Absolutely perfect. The M-60 is obviously a police trade in, tight where it should be tight and works like a charm. I'm always on the look out for S&Ws now, but really don't have much interest in the 4 and 6 inch models. Anything three and under and especially with a heavy barrel "talks to me"

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    i do ,
    3inch 629-6
    8 3/8 629-6
    4 686-4 plus

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    i own 3 smithys a 629-6 trail boss <my fav>. a 8 3/8 629-6 and a 686-4 plus

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    ive got 4 smiths and 1 colt

    (3 inch) 629-6 trailboss ( present day)
    (6 inch) 28-2 highway patrolman (1960's)
    (4 inch) (1928)colt police positive in 38 short
    (8 inch) 629-6 classic
    (4 inch) 686-4 plus
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    Quote Originally Posted by hkenvy91 View Post
    ive got 4 smiths and 1 colt


    (8 inch) 629-6 classic
    Wow, big gun

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    Talking Luck I tell Ya. Just Luck...

    Lucked out and got me a S&W M19-4 at a show about two months ago. Put a new set of stocks on today. Yep went to the gun show yesterday. Old gril looks fairly good now. Wife bought me a S&W M21-4 about a month ago. So now I got two fantastic range guns.
    :smt026 :smt026

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    686-5


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    Boy Sig That's a beauty in anybodys book. I like the way you took the picture too. Dang nice set of stocks you got on her. They look like the new Hogues. I like them with the cap on the butt plate.
    Last edited by Baldy; 10-28-2006 at 09:05 AM.

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    You're right Baldy, they are brand new Hogue's. Between you and me, I did have a difficult time with the order. Took 11 weeks and several follow up phone calls. Custom out of stock grips state 6-8 weeks for delivery. After a nasty (cancel my order) email was sent to Hogue, I received a call that day. Amazingly, the rep had my new grips and shipped them to me. Hmmm, makes one wonder wouldn't you say? But, they are quality wood grips.

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    Hogue's Look Good!!!

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    686-5


    I'm going to order new hogue grips for my 686 soon but was going to go with a lighter color, Tulipwood w/finger grooves, accent stripe, butt cap & checkering. Love my 686 and need to dress it up. Your darker grips look great though.
    I bought cutom Hogue (Kingswood, checkered) grips for my wifes PPK/S & had no problems getting them in a timely manor. Got them for her for a Christmas present. I was going to buy her a new pressure cooker but changed my mind and decided to get something a little more romantic.

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    In fairness to Hogue, I wouldn't hesitate to order another set. The gentleman I spoke to was very apologetic for the phone customer service miscommunications and delay. He indicated some internal problems that he stated have been corrected; regarding one department knowing what the other department is doing, etc. That's a good thing because the workmanship is top notched.

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