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Originally manufactured in 1955 and now offered through the company’s Classics line, the Smith & Wesson Model 29 is an N-frame revolver chambered in 44 Magnum. At the time it was first introduced, the Model 29 was the most powerful handgun in production, but the gun’s greater fame came nearly 20 years later after it was used by the fictional movie character Dirty Harry. The double-action revolver features a 6-round capacity, was manufactured in a number of barrel lengths and available with either a blued or polished nickel finish. Historically, the Model 29 has been favored by law enforcement, hunters, and handgun enthusiasts, but also makes a suitable weapon for home defense.

• Chambered in 44 Magnum
• Built on an N-frame
• Made famous by fictional character Dirty Harry
• Suitable for hunting and home defense

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