Posted 09 October 2006 - 04:37 PM
I have a 629 CL DX and it has a light trigger to. I realy like it that way. It makes long range handgunning easier. I suggest that you do what I did, shoot it alot to get used to it and let anyone else who shoots it know not to put their finger on the trigger until they are ready to turn one loose. As far as scopeing it goes, I wouldn't do it unless you were going to make a dedicated handgun hunting rig out of it. I tried it on mine and found that it made the gun awkward to shoot unless I was shooting from a rest. For a holster I got mine from the sportsmans guide a couple years ago and can't remember the maker of it but the #s on the back of it are 2400-4 under that are the #s 0439. It's a crossdraw holster wich is the style I prefer because when you have a rifle slung on your shoulder your hand gun will be on the other side. This helps even out the weight you're carrying and will prevent some nasty scratches on the stock of the rifle.
Sharps, the rifle that made the west safe for Winchester!
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