This is my Smith & Wesson Model 29-2, chambered in .44 Remington Magnum. It was made in 1978 and has a 6.5” barrel. This is the barrel length and model used in the film. The grips were custom made by Keith Brown from black walnut and I could not be happier with the results. .44 Special is very pleasant to shoot in this gun though I have to at least put a few .44 Magnums through it each time I take it out - just for the grin factor.
I also managed to dig up some original Dade loaders, though they don’t work particularly well without speed loader cut grips. The badge and ID card were necessary purchases, of course.
What a beautiful 29, I heard the ones used throughout the movie were actually model 57, .41 caliber bore
Feelin lucky? Well, do ya punk?
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Those cokebottle grips 😍
You're a wizard, Harry.
Sometimes I take out my model 29 just to admire it. It really is the most beautiful pistol of all time in my opinion. The lines are perfect. Understated elegance and a mater-of-fact pistol. There is no bullshit about it. You can keep your Colt Snakes. As far as double actions go, I'll take a classic Smith & Wesson over anything else.
where did you get the badge and ID? all looks great!
shes a beaut Clark!
Did he fire 6 shots or only 5?
TIL: The guy who played the Scorpio killer in Dirty Harry, Andrew Robinson, also played Garak (Cardassian tailor character who hung around with Dr. Bashir) on Deep Space Nine.
I got the Dirty Harry collection from Amazon today and I can't wait to watch the 4 it came with.
I know what you're thinking. 'Did he fire six shots or only five?' Well to tell you the truth, in all this excitement, i kind of lost track myself. But being that this is a .44 Magnum, the most powerful handgun in the world, and would blow your head clean off, you've got to ask yourself one question: 'Do I feel lucky?' Well do ya, punk?
With a seven point suppository for the captain.
Make sure the barrel looks good, I've heard that the sky imports stamp machine was a little over enthusiastic and bent some of the barrels on their imports, I'd say this is closer to the lower end of the price scale
Winchester M1 Carbine that has been neglected (dusty, not shot or oiled in a long while). Sky / Arlington VA. Import markings. No rust or cracking in the stock. Looking to help an elderly gentleman sell to help keep him from going homeless, but need a good idea of value (anyone else I would offer $400 and be done). Any help on value would be appreciated. I can provide more pictures later upon request.
My brother sold a Winchester ten years ago for $750. About 85% grade. I commend you for doing the old man right.
Assuming its mechanically in good shape, 750 is a fair offer. Its seen a rebuild after the war. Those higher priced rifles are typically free of import marks and often in original condition.
Make sure the barrel didn't get stamped too hard. Blue Sky imports were somewhat notorious for deforming the bore with their import stamps.
Most of you won't even care about what I put for a description because you only care about how awesome my picture is and I understand that.
Colt AR-15 with a bunch of upgrades
Most importantly the he-man pmag, thanks to My Southern Tactical
Never seen that scope before - looks cool!
Such good meme dude. Only a true hero would play with the forces of memes and guns at once!
This is the first handgun I bought. It has a Wilson combat commander extended beavertail, hammer, and trigger. The cerakote coatings are cobalt on the slide and gunmetal grey on the frame. I know most of you aren't a fan of recover grips, but its not too uncomfortable and i enjoy having a laser sight because I'm a nightshift worker at the local county jail. All in all, it's my 2nd favorite gun in my arsenal.
I’ve got the same Recover grip. Definitely looks good but not the comfiest grip
Ribbed for your pleasure?
I used to have an r1. Was really nice until I broke it :(
Good thing there's a flipper on there, otherwise someone might get hurt.
BCM Recce 16 MCMR with Aimpoint PRO, that will eventually have a strike industries angled foregrip and Sparrow dynamics grip.
Pistol is CZ75 Compact
You manage to snag any standard cap mags during freedom week?
Why's it banned?
My "prohibited firearm edition 2" 1943 inland receiver m1 carbine. Really good nick for the age and I got it for 280 usd.
Pity I only got to shoot it once. I have no private land so too risky to go and shoot the last of my 30. Carbine.
Seriously they banned the m1 carbine?
i can offer it a good home in nebraska
Welcome to America
PSA PA_10 .308 win with a 20" ballistics advantage Nitride Barrel, strike ind king comp, 17" UTG mlok handguard. She's not the highest end machine but she's better than any neutered frakenstein rifle you'll build in California.
I'm going there for school next fall. Not looking forward to not being able to blow off steam.
treat yourself buy a pmag d60
This is my Arsenal 107FR. It originally had a triangle stock but I wasn't a fan of the lack of cheek weld so I put some plum furniture that I got from kvar on it. The mount I have on it is an Arsenal SM13 and the red dot is a Bushnell Trophy TRS-25. I know a lot of people have had coating issues on the barrel, but mine hasn't had any bubbling issues after several mag dumps.
Lots of hits on the google machine with folks experiencing the same. Prevailing opinion is that it's neither uncommon nor of any real concern.
The buddy of mine that I bought this gun from also gave me a few hundred rounds of some Polish surplus 7.62 x.25 ammo to go with It. I remember him telling me not to bother saving the brass because it was crap, he's also my reloader I guess my teacher for reloading LOL. I go shoot up all my ammo and take the brass to his house and he lets me reload it with his reloading bench and powder etc and I get it all for a very good price. But I noticed that every single round fired from my Tokarev split the casing like this, I put about 100rds through it, and every single one ejected looking like this. Doesn't seem to have hurt the gun any.
Shouldn’t be but it is, especially with surplus ammo. I had a large batch of mid-50’s .303 from Pakistan. The case necks hadn’t been annealed well/at all and I’m pretty sure that the storage conditions were equally sketchy. As a result, I was getting a lot of split necks and ruptured cases.
I was shooting them in a No 4 Mk 1 Enfield, so I wasn’t overly concerned for my safety but I did notice serious accuracy issues.
Edit: I’d be hesitant to keep shooting it through a semi-auto. The issue is that you may experience a lot of gas blow back or the case may rupture during extraction.
Not normal but common with that ammo. It’s not good and I would avoid shooting that ammo if you can but it’s not that dangerous all things considered.
If it's at the base, yes, but at the neck, no big deal, just throw it away.
Yea it's pretty common with surplus Tok ammo. Usually only on the neck but it doesn't hurt anything.
Aero m4e1 upper and lower
Holosun RDSMagpul mbus
Radian LT charging handle
Brownells NiB bcg
MFT minimalist stock
Paper City Firearms handguard
10.5 inch 300 BLK barrel
Stag 3g comp
And of course a gubmint approved dead tree
Yeah man I mean that’s cool and all but where’s the flippy thing that goes up? Also is it fully semi automatic?
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