Mario Robinson: When DH was claiming he was weilding the most powerful handgun in the world
the 454 cassul was already out.
Boster diesiocho: Pinches vergasones..!!
BoogieWonder559: This video is awesome. I searched it because I'm in the market for a
revolver and wanted to see how it performed. Looks good. How does the
trigger pull feel for the double action?
allhardr0ck: How much does a reloading station cost?? I'd probably reload 7.62x54, .44
Mag (if i get it) and i think 9mm but thats is cheap already.
Joshua Aurand: nice
basshoundusa: thanks for the compliment! I'm in PA. Yeah, the recoil isn't too bad. With
a firm grip and the weight of the gun, you can pretty easily handle the
recoil. A very fun gun to shoot.
basshoundusa: it's very smooth and steady, the trigger doesn't stick, so if you apply
constant pressure it's pretty easy to shoot steady. Plus, i try to stage
the trigger (pull about 3/4 of the way back fast, and then ease the
remaining portion while keeping the gun steady). Definitely very manageable
if you need to shoot a charging bear.
basshoundusa: Amazon actually. I think around $6
Carlos Vieira: Eye protection . . . Brother you need some. Besides that, I have the sleath
hunter version of the 629 and haven't fired it yet...
Robert Lenon: I Like this Revolver! I have the same in 4 inch 44 Mag
my1956effie: Nice review man. Not bad grouping on your 30 yd shooting.
basshoundusa: The cheapest .44 rem mag ammo at walmart is like $35 for 50. I can reload
50 for around $12, and they shoot really well. I use Missouri hard cast
bullets. They are good bullets for a cheap price.
basshoundusa: There are different setups. Lee is a good brand at very affordable prices.
I actually have their hand press which is only $40. You don't need to mound
it to a bench or anything. dies for each caliber are around $40 as well.
You need an auto loader for primers, which runs about $40 as well. So you
could have a decent kit for under $200.
basshoundusa: I've considered it, thought it would be cool to hunt with it, but generally
speaking, I prefer to keep my hand guns simple. I like to be able to use
iron sights proficiently, and keep excess bulk and weight off. I actually
carry this into the woods with me fairly often for defense, so a scope
would get in the way of me using it for this purpose.
thebeans380: great gun and vid..
DIRTNAPDAD: I have the 357, I think is a model 626 and looks exactly like the one you
have and is also in stainless steel. I'm a Ciint Eastwood fan. Maybe you
should try out an Eastwood impression. :) Thanks for the video
12GaugeTommy: that is a classic piece i love my 629
Diopterman: Nice video! I have one of these in the 8 3/8" barrel. LOVE IT! Have you
considered adding a scope to it?
allhardr0ck: I almost bought the 629 .44 MAG in a 3" barrel but looked at the ammo
prices compaired to .357 MAG. I dont reload so how dont know how much money
that would save by reloading but i do shoot on a regular basis but either
way. I really want it bad so later today it might send a unboxing video of
it if i fold under pressure and do an impulse buy.
bulletbait donlon: good job pointing out about the firing pin operation.
rjcass33: Are you sure it's chrome? I thought it was stainless steel.
basshoundusa: I have some, its a matter of wearing them, lol! I assume you took note of
how I blinked every time I fired.
basshoundusa: haha, thanks for the comment! Smith & Wesson still knows how to make a nice
revolver. Maybe I'll try the Clint Eastwood impression on my next Video ;)
BoogieWonder559: Thanks for the info! I appreciate it.
allhardr0ck: Damn a really great video man. What state are you in because outside back
round noise sounded peaceful. Either way a sexy looking revolver and
surprised not seeing that much recoil considering the loads but the frame
does seem pretty heavy,
Smith and Wesson model 629 .44 Remington Magnum4.7
out of 5