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Old December 30, 2012, 12:42 AM   #12
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I had bought a used S&W 629-1 Classic Hunter a few years ago with the dreadful floating hand which did not please me at all. I called S&W and discussed it with them and they sent me a hand that I fitted.

I had the priviledge to learn a lot from a S&W certified police armourer, who also was a PPC shooter but the Kuhnhausen manual is also a good source of info.

I found it not very hard to fit the hand - particularly in comparison to this week's project, cutting checkering on a flintlock stock.
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