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Auction Date: September 11, 2015

Lot 990: Smith & Wesson - 29

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A) S&W Model 29-2 Revolver
Estimated Price: $1,000 - $1,600
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Serial #Smith & Wesson - 29 ManufacturerSmith & Wesson Model29
TypeRevolver Gauge44 Magnum Catalog Page266
Barrel6 1/2 Inch Solid Rib FinishBlue GripWalnut
Stock ClassModern Handgun RatingSee Condition
DescriptionManufactured between 1977-1978. This revolver features a serrated ramped front sight with orange insert and an adjustable rear white outline notch sight. With a casehardened wide checkered hammer and a wide serrated trigger. Fitted with checkered walnut grips with silver Smith & Wesson medallions. Complete with a wood presentation case, shipping box numbered to the gun, screwdriver, cleaning tools, and papers.

ConditionNear new with a faint cylinder drag line. The case is excellent. The shipping box is very good with a few scratches. Mechanically excellent.
B) S&W Model 27-2 Revolver
Serial #B) S&W Model 27-2 Revolver ManufacturerSmith & Wesson Model27-2
TypeRevolver Gauge357 Magnum Catalog Page266
Barrel6 1/2 Inch Solid Rib FinishBlue GripHardwood
Stock ClassModern Handgun RatingSee Condition
DescriptionManufactured between 1977-1978. Features a fixed ramped Partridge front sight on a solid checkered rib barrel with an adjustable rear notch sight on the frame. Standard markings, casehardened serrated target trigger, casehardened checkered spur hammer. Fitted with walnut checkered grips with silver Smith & Wesson medallions. Complete with a wood presentation case, cleaning tools, and screwdriver.

ConditionExcellent with 99% of the original blue finish with some slight handling marks and a faint cylinder drag line. The grips are good with scattered scratches and dings, and minor varnish loss along the edges. The checkering is crisp. Mechanically excellent.
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