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Another vote for the 29-5. My only handy photo has a 357 in there too, sorry about that ;-)


Is that a inch barrel?

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Some were as short barreled as 6.5" and had a 4 position adjustable front sight with black Patridge blade front, more like a target sight.


Great gun, I love mine. I think they called them the "Classic Hunter." Its a Model 29-3. Came with Hogue finger groove grips with S&W emblem. I changed to those in the photo as the finger groove grips don't fit my hand.


That's a beautiful piece, and exactly what I'm looking for. How much Big Grin

I guess I'll keep perusing GB until I find one.

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Those 29-5 pistols are absolutely gourgeus. I had no idea Smith even made one and now I want one.
 
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Is that a inch barrel?


Both in the photo have 5" barrels.
 
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Is that a inch barrel?


Both in the photo have 5" barrels.


Lol, thanks. My fat fingers missed the 5.




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Some were as short barreled as 6.5" and had a 4 position adjustable front sight with black Patridge blade front, more like a target sight.


Great gun, I love mine. I think they called them the "Classic Hunter." Its a Model 29-3. Came with Hogue finger groove grips with S&W emblem. I changed to those in the photo as the finger groove grips don't fit my hand.



My oh my, that makes my heart skip a beat. Mine was # AYH1664. The timing on those was perfection. Thank you for the memorie. Beautiful revolver.
 
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To the OP, something to keep in mind. If you actually got in a tussle with a bear, the wheel guns posted here all sport full target hammers and triggers. S&W does have wheel guns with wide, smooth triggers, more condusive to fast DA fire, which would be your better option if you had to go head on with a bruin. Something to consider.
 
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