The grips are smooth presentation rosewood. I think that, for the right person, the Model 629 is an excellent choice. While not for everyone, the. Three firearms are housed in this walnut case along with a commemorative book. All content, images, and intellectual property on this site protected by digital watermark technology. About the Lew Horton thing. This early Model 66 has stainless sights, stainless trigger and hammer and even stainless springs.
If you think that you may be in the market for a solid, hard-use revolver that is steeped in history and pop culture, look no further than the Model 629. There is an un-fluted cylinder and a special action job with trigger stop. On those rare occasions when one surfaced, the price was usually about 50 percent more than the already outrageous scalper prices for. This is the first 8 shot 357 produced. What is your opinion on this nice revolver? That is a fine revolver-except for the Clinton hole on the left side. This is a huge consideration because I have recently reviewed guns chambered in.
I have always liked the look of this little J-frame, almost like a baby 586. The grips are smooth presentation service stocks, these have gained the nickname banana grip. Mine is wickedly accurate, and I suspect even your accuracy would be cut in half if you had some time to play with it. The revolver has class-C level engraving coverage. Back in the day, so to speak, it was easier to toss those boxes out. Nonetheless, a cadre of revolver sophisticates kept relentless pressure on the company to maintain the Model 24 in its line. The new cartridge was christened the.
A great firearm to invest in as a shooter or collector. You're not the high Bidder until you've been notified by email that you are. Today we are going to be taking a look at one of the modern variants of the old Model 29, the new in stainless steel. You do not see them much. This became known as the Hand Ejector Third Model or sometimes the Model 1926. A discounted Buyers Premium of 15% will apply to all purchases paid by cash or check. Of the total production 2,000 were produced without knives.
They make runs of guns with different features, calibers, barrel lengths, porting, grip frames and combinations their of. I did not even know that they made three inch models. The Model 24 is accurate enough for precision shooting. Along with the revolvers Colt produced playing cards, dice and poker chips to go along with the set. The fluted 6 round bead blasted stainless steel cylinder with chamfered charge holes rates excellent, with a slight turn ring.
The presentation case is made out of a gray wood and the lid has several logos embossed on it. The same logo is on the lid of the French fitted presentation case. Without an end label we cannot say 100% that this is the original box, but judging by the overall condition of accessories, appears to be of the same vintage. Shortsighted owners like me are just shooting them - doing our part to make the unfired ones even rarer and potentially more valuable. If you would like to be notified when we receive your payment, please obtain a tracking number from your carrier. Maybe it will work out for you to get it.
You can contact Lew Horton Dist. Payment: Full payment on non-layaway items is required within 14 days. All items purchased in an auction will be combined into one invoice. It remains in my modest stash of guns and is one of my most accurate revolvers. They are pretty smart folks and found that there is a market for non catalog guns. The ejector rod is enclosed by a short under-lug sans locking bolt.
Its like a small rifle. Yet nearly every time it produces a run of the Model 24 it just barely sells out, and the excitement wanes a while. There is an un-fluted cylinder, Ed Brown cylinder release. The bead blasted stainless steel metal surfaces rate excellent to like new. This was produced for the 100th anniversary 1865-1965. These were manufactured in 2005.