The S&W Model 29 evolved through ten different sub-variants between the mid-1950s and the present. The Model 29 starts with a carbon steel frame and includes a fixed red ramp upfront as well as an adjustable rear sight. The single-action/double-action trigger is wide and comfortable sporting the same slick greasy mechanicals for which Smith is justifiably revered. At the time of its introduction, the Model 29 was the most powerful production handgun. The gun has always been popular, but the 1971 release of Dirty Harry made it difficult for dealers to keep them stocked. The cylinder, frame, and barrel are all beautifully blued, while the unpretentious walnut grips exude a timeless American power vibe. Just gazing upon it will make your heart race.
This Revolver is Chambered in .44 Magnum and was Manufactured in 1973. It is in excellent condition and wears its original wood grips. It has a 4″ barrel with a shiny clean bore.