Lew Horton S&W Model 29

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posted on October 1, 2012
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10/1/2012

Few handguns bring about emotions from shooters like the Smith & Wesson Model 29, especially considering the Hollywood blockbusters that have featured this iconic firearm.

Lew Horton Distributing has created a limited-edition version featuring a 4-inch barrel, red ramp front sight, micro-adjustable rear sight, non-fluted cylinder and square butt checkered walnut grips. The gun comes with a polished blue finish and gold accents on the ejector rod, trigger, hammer and thumb latch.

Contact: Lew Horton Distributing; (800) 446-7866; LewHorton.com.

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