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Smith and Wesson 629 44 Magnum Hunter

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The video is a review of one of the creator’s favorite revolvers – the Smith and Wesson 629 44 Magnum Hunter. He starts off by saying that his father had a .44 Magnum when he was growing up, which he tried to shoot and was put off by the experience. He then realized as an adult that revolvers do have their benefits.

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The S&W .44 Magnum was made famous in the 1970s by Clint Eastwood’s iconic “Dirty Harry” movies, where he points the revolver and utters the famous line, “Do I feel lucky? Well, do ya, punk?” Following the movie’s success, the .44 Magnum was the top dog and the hand cannon of the time, with everyone wanting a piece of the action. The revolver was eventually replaced by semiautomatic pistols and newer revolver models, but has remained a classic.

He says that the .44 was something he knew right away he needed to have, describing it as a gun “you know you want to sell your truck, your kids for.” He goes on to fire the .44 in a series of shooting tests, saying its compensator does an effective job of handling recoil. The .44 he shot as a child did not have a compensator, which accounted for his traumatic experience.

Aside from its specs, he says he wanted a multi-purpose revolver, one that he would be able to hunt large game with, aside from practicing at the range, given that he does quite a bit of hunting. The scope he mounted on the revolver was sent to him by Optics Planet, a red-dot that turned out to be a good sight, not losing its zero no matter how much recoil there was.

He recommends the .44 Magnum revolver to anyone, saying it’s a fun, interesting gun to have and to shoot, and he always shows it off to guests coming in for a visit.

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