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Well I got a nice set of grips off a gentleman and decided to clean the gun up and put them on for some pics.





 

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Re: Some new pics of my 6" 629 P&R No Dash with Factory grips

Looks great!
It's amazing how much better a revolver looks with the right set of grips.
 

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Looks great!
It's amazing how much better a revolver looks with the right set of grips.

You got that right! I love the way it looks. But I took them off and put them away. I will only keep them for "looks" because I do not want to mess them up. :cool:
 

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I have this thing for wood grips on revolvers. Even a poor set looks better than goodyears. Your set looks 'right' and at home!
 

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Hey! I have it's virtual twin!

Here is mine - Also a "No Dash" Pinned & recessed 629 .44 magnum
(a father's day gift from my family a few years ago):







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Really Nice lookin guns Gents !!

Pinned and Recessed 629`s are a great find !!

PSU you`d be surprized , those factory Targets really hold up well . You just have to be careful Loading and unloading and most definitly , No speed loaders unless they are the newer style with the large cut-out !!

Well Done greatpost
 

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Nice 629's
Wood can make or break the gun.
 

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I can attest to Ralph's warning of NO SPEERDLOADERS!!! I put a couple of nicks in my 95%+ M-67, trying to use a speedloader with the old style (correct) K target grips. I don't use speedloaders anymore, but I put on some rosewood S&W targets with the cut-out. (a little late.....don't ya' think! tnbtlaa nhvaoavo )

It may not be "correct"......but, not being a collector :roll: , it doesn't matter. They look fantastic.....better than the original rubber Pach's that came stock. (Which I use on my 'shooter' 4" M-10.) Bob
 

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RonJon said:
Hey! I have it's virtual twin!

Here is mine - Also a "No Dash" Pinned & recessed 629 .44 magnum
(a father's day gift from my family a few years ago):







RonJon
Very nice RonJon.....dang it I need one of those presentation cases!!!!!!! I got original owners manual for the gun, now its just down to the presentation case!

And thanks for all the comments, I cant wait to shoot the gun soon!
 

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I own a 629-3 that has those same grips on it. For a long time I thought they were correct but now realize that the right ones would be the Goncalos with the speed loader cut out. :oops: I like these so well that I plan to let it keep wearing them however.
Those are really great looking examples you guys have.
 

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Those look right at home there on your gun PSU. I'm glad that you're happy. ;)
 

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Those look right at home there on your gun PSU. I'm glad that you're happy. ;)

I owe it to you....I also picked up another pair becuase the price was to good to pass up :D These make the gun so much! Thank you!!!!!
 

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Those look right at home there on your gun PSU. I'm glad that you're happy. ;)

I owe it to you....I also picked up another pair becuase the price was to good to pass up :D These make the gun so much! Thank you!!!!!

Are ther new ones just like those you bought from me? I mean as far as the football relief? Got any pictures? You know everyone loves pictures.
 
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