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Old 01-05-2014, 09:23 PM   #671
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What's the last Smith? Really like the unfluted cylinder.
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What's the last Smith? Really like the unfluted cylinder.
Looks like a 686 of some sort to me.
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Very nice variety of revolvers
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Looks like a 686 of some sort to me.
nope, it is a 629-4 Classic Hunter 44 magnum, they only 2000 of these in 1991, it has the upgraded internals (enhanced reliability package), full underlug, unfluted cylinder and of course no lock..

I picked it up at the gun show back in October, I was looking for a Pinned & Recessed model 29 with a 6 or 8 3/8" barrel and stumbled across this one.
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nope, it is a 629-4 Classic Hunter 44 magnum, they only 2000 of these in 1991, it has the upgraded internals (enhanced reliability package), full underlug, unfluted cylinder and of course no lock..

I picked it up at the gun show back in October, I was looking for a Pinned & Recessed model 29 with a 6 or 8 3/8" barrel and stumbled across this one.
Beautiful piece.
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nope, it is a 629-4 Classic Hunter 44 magnum, they only 2000 of these in 1991, it has the upgraded internals (enhanced reliability package), full underlug, unfluted cylinder and of course no lock.
I saw a YouTube video showing a Smith revolver locked up during a shot. Wrote it off as YouTube whiners. Now I see someone here mention it. What's the deal? Is it common? My new gun has one. Should I be worried?
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I saw a YouTube video showing a Smith revolver locked up during a shot. Wrote it off as YouTube whiners. Now I see someone here mention it. What's the deal? Is it common? My new gun has one. Should I be worried?
There were some reports of the early guns with locks locking up under heavy recoil.

Personally I believe they were just a couple lemons and the Smith purists out there who hate the concept of the lock took the instances and ran with them, used them (still do to this day) to illustrate their point.

Aesthetically I don't like the looks of the lock. But I wouldn't hesitate to buy a Smith with a lock if the price was right and I had the money. I heard of some dude who sells little plugs on eBay to plug up the little hole. I would just buy one of those and not worry about it, if I owned a Smith revolver with the lock.
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