Smith & Wesson 150715 Model 629 Deluxe 44 Rem Mag

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Smith & Wesson 150715 Model 629 Deluxe 44 Rem Mag or 44 S&W Spl Stainless Steel 3″ Barrel & 6rd Cylinder, Satin Stainless Steel N-Frame, Textured Wood Grip

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Smith & Wesson’s large frame revolver is the first choice for handgun hunters and competitive shooters. The N frame Model 629 Deluxe features elegant textured wood grips, stainless steel frame, barrel, and cylinder, red ramp front and adjustable white outline rear sights. This model has a 3″ barrel.

UPC

022188141597

Manufacturer

Smith & Wesson / S&W

Manufacturer Part Number

150715

Width

8.8000

Weight (oz)

39.6000

Trigger Type

COMBAT

Sights Type

Adjustable

State Restriction (VI)

NO SALE TO VIRGIN ISLANDS

State Restriction (PR)

NO SALE TO PUERTO RICO

State Restriction (Guam)

NO SALE TO GUAM

Length

13.1000

Height

3.2000

Hammer Type

COMBAT

Dimension

3.20 X 8.80 X 13.10

Capacity

6

Caliber/Gauge

.44 REMINGTON MAGNUM

Barrel Length

3

Barrel Finish

STAINLESS

Frame Color

STAINLESS

Drilled and Tapped

Yes

Grip Material

Wood

Frame Designation

N FRAME

Weight Range

32 oz to 47.99 oz

Hammer Style

Exposed

Overall Length

8.60"

Sights

Red Ramp Front, Adjustable White Outline Rear

Product Type

Revolver

Weight

39.60 oz

Frame Description

Stainless Steel

Action

Double / Single Action

Barrel Length Range

3" to 3.99"

Cylinder Finish

Stainless

Frame Size

Large (N-Frame)

Material

Stainless Steel

Color

Silver

Model

629

Size

Large Frame

Subcategory

Revolvers

Illuminated Reticle

No

Shipping Weight

3.85

Scope Cover Included

No

Package Width

8.0

Package Length

13.0

Package Height

3.0

Frame

Steel Frame

Finish

Stainless

Country of Origin

US

ATF Type

Revolver

ATF Model

629

ATF Manufacturer

Smith & Wesson

Adjustable Objective

No

Additional Feature 1

Rosewood grips

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