S&w 629

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  1. DCortez

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  2. dee

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    Barrel length and finish can dictate pricing
     
  3. Bullseye Shooter

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    Boy, prices have gone up. I picked up a NIB 629PP in 2002 for $500 on an estate sale. I think at the time, retail was in the $700 range.
     
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    I priced a new 629 4" with a stainless finish a whileback and it was gonna be around $900.00 the stainless bumped the price a bit.
     
  5. juwaba98

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    I turned a friend of mine onto a 629-6 (I think it was a -6) 6 inch with the power port that was for sale locally for $525 back in August of last year. Damn nice gun in near perfect condition. I've seen them anywhere from that $500 or so mark up to $625 in the better condition range. I don't think I'd go outside of that range unless it was pristine/unfired/NIB. YMMV
     
  6. DCortez

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    6 1/2" and stainless. 600 series = stainless iirc




    That sounds pretty good.
     
  7. Bullseye Shooter

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    Right, anything with a 6 in front, like 629 is the stainless version of the parent revolver, e.g. Model 29.
     
  8. robocop10mm

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    If you can find a 629 in any finish other than stainless, you have a real colletor oddity. Anytime you see a 6 as the first character in a S&W model, the frame is stainless.

    N-Frame Smiths are going at a premium round here lately. A nice 4" 629 will bring $600 minimum. If you can find one for less than $500, its a steal.
     

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