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Old 02-21-2018, 03:14 PM   #121
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After doing some trigger polishing I cleaned and added a light coating of blue LocTite on the screw threads to keep them in place. When my buddy Ed stopped over to see the new blaster and pop off a few rds. He suggested doing that also. He told my I was nuts, that the trigger did not need a damn thing. But, he also knows me well.
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Old 02-21-2018, 04:22 PM   #122
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The guy who owned my Model 29 before me had a professional trigger job done by (I'm told) the best pistol smith in town. All I know is that it is smooooooth.
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Old 03-12-2018, 03:24 PM   #123
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Trigger work is not that difficult to do. But ...you MUST be patient and have some skills in that area. It is work that I will not do except for myself just to avoid the liabilities.
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Old 03-13-2018, 12:58 PM   #124
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Because Mr. Dow's post brought this thread back up, I re-read it. I had to laugh at some of the comments regarding recoil. I have .44mags from American Derringers up to Ruger 10.5" Blackhawks and S&W 10 5/8" Silouhette. My wife and daughter both shoot M29 4" regularly with out problem. (AssHole outdoor writers regularly refer to the 4" model as 'widely known to be one of the hardest-to-handle pistol known'). BULLASHIT My wife is 5'3" and my daughter is 5'4" both around the 130# mark and have no trouble handling it. I also have a 629 MountainGun with the 3" pencil barrel. I've used that in self defense and while I heard the report, I never felt the recoil. (There is a reason that the cylinder is 'unfluted')
The first time my daughter shot the S&W 10 5/8", she asked if I had changed the ammo on her as 'it felt like I was shooting a .357'.
No one is getting the frontsight from ANY .44mag hitting them in the forehead. .500S&W, 454 Cassull, maybe. However, it is my opinion that if you need something larger than a .44mag pistol, you should consider a rifle.
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Old 03-16-2018, 06:35 PM   #125
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Obviously you and yours have...super powers. Does kriptonite sap your powers?
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Old 03-16-2018, 07:25 PM   #126
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I'm not very recoil shy but my 4 inch 629 kicks like a mule with full power hand loads.
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Old 03-17-2018, 12:18 AM   #127
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I'm not very recoil shy but my 4 inch 629 kicks like a mule with full power hand loads.
Well, no shit. If you stoke it up to stoopid levels, It's gonna smart. You're also going to tear apart a beautiful gun.
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Obviously you and yours have...super powers. Does kriptonite sap your powers?
My ... sooper powers ... come from my mom's side of the family. And white whiskey is what saps them.
Back in the day, there was a gun liar, I mean writer, named Bob Shimek. He would always be shooting these 'hand cannons' and have a picture of a 7.5" Blackhawk, 'in full recoil', with Bob looking over his glasses at the end of the barrel pictured as having risen above his forehead. I have a picture of my wife shooting my 4" M29 'in full recoil' and I don't think there's 7 inches of muzzle rise.
I'm not saying a person could or should shoot them all day long like it's a .22, But this krap about 'front sight blade wound to the forehead' is . Or a 7 yearold wasn't taught properly.
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