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Sometimes I forget I am old, but my body ALWAYS reminds me. I bought this fantastic 5" Classic 629. After 50 rds of warm loads and 100 rds of lead bullets, I figured my Super Redhawk was much easier on old wrists.

This gun was bought new, has had exactly 150 rds shot through it.

$765 with free shipping, FFL-to-FFL only. It has had a very slight tune, still has factory springs, mainspring has been lightened slightly. Has very good double action (I do not shoot these types single action), typical Smith "breaking icicle" single action.

This is the more expensive model with interchangeable front sight. Smiths are hard to find right now.
 

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Nah, pawned one off on a fellow here. LOL

The Smith Classic is sweet, I'm just too damned old to shoot a light 44. This thing rocks with Cowboy loads.
 

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Sir,if recoil is a factor,would you consider a swap for a nib Remington 700 custom deluxe .17 Remington.. thanks D Wise
 

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Dear Mr Wise

I am old and thinning out the herd. I have all the rifles I want. I shoot my Ruger No 1 375 H&H using 4000+ ft/lb loads with no trouble.
 
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