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Old 12-21-2008, 12:30 AM   #1
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Yes or No ?
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Old 12-21-2008, 12:40 AM   #2
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What ever turns your key!! What are you going to use this cannon for?

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Okay, but why?

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Okay, but why?
I didn't think I had to come up with an answer. I just don't have a big handgun.
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Then why ask the question...go buy it!! Stimulate the economy!!

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Is it a .44 or a .357?

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Nope. Don't buy it.

It's too much gun for you.............

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I have one and I like it. It's the heaviest 629 S&W has ever made. Mine is equiped with a progressive twist barrel made by Walther. This is a very accurate 44 Magnum, and I've made many 100 yard shots with it.

If you have a chance to get one, then do... Their are very few PC 629-6 Hunters out there. They will only go up in value.



This is my Performance Center 629-6 Hunter. I've killed a lot of wild pigs with it.

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Then why ask the question...go buy it!! Stimulate the economy!!
You sound all agro ? I just thought people would suggest something else, maybe try to talk me into something else in a big revolver. I like the 7.5" barrel and the black stainless
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Seriously though, the Smith and Wesson revolvers are hard to beat as far as quality goes (especially their PC lineup).

I would say go for it as long as you plan on shooting it. I could never understand when some people will set down a ton of money on a firearm then they won't shoot it with exception of maybe a few rounds a year....lol.

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