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    Blue S&W's with Un-fluted cylinders

    Here is a couple. First is a 29-4, 5 inch full lug, .44 Magnum:

    Next is a 25-7, 5 inch, frosted finish, .45 Colt:

    And a Yuma desert Blue rock.
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    Re: Blue S&W's with Un-fluted cylinders



    Those are beautiful. Thanks for sharing the pics.

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    Re: Blue S&W's with Un-fluted cylinders

    I could add a couple to this thread. First is a Classic Hunter. This one is a 29-3 from the first run for Lew Horton.



    Second is a 29-8 Performance Center gun.



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    Re: Blue S&W's with Un-fluted cylinders

    29-3 Classic Hunter.

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    Re: Blue S&W's with Un-fluted cylinders

    Great post , I knew Tom would be around !!
    Great guns guy`s !! I have a couple ..................





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    Re: Blue S&W's with Un-fluted cylinders

    Really like the looks of the unfluted cylinders, wish I had one to post, or two or three or four...
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    Re: Blue S&W's with Un-fluted cylinders

    My only unfluted blue N-frame, 29-5:
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    There's just something about the combo of the full lug and the unfluted cylinder that turns me on more.

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    well these are so beautiful...i wonder if the non fluting makes any difference in weight?....hey are all of these Lew Horton runs?....God Bless John

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    Quote Originally Posted by jringo8769 View Post
    well these are so beautiful...i wonder if the non fluting makes any difference in weight?....hey are all of these Lew Horton runs?....God Bless John
    It sure makes a difference in felt recoil! ! ! ! My 3" Unfluted (in blue or stainless) is much more comfortable to short than my M29 4" with fluted cylinder and standard barrel.


 
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