The Smith and Weson 329PD revolver is a serious but attractive defense gun. Its powerful .44 magnum chambering, 4" barrel, low-profile adjustable sights, and lightweight scandium frame and titanium cylinder make the 329PD perfect for carry or home defense.


Caliber: .44 Magnum®/.44 S&W Special
Capacity: 6 Rounds
Barrel Length: 4"
Front Sight: "Light Gathering" HIVIZ® Orange Dot
Rear Sight: Adjustable V-Notch
Firing System: N/A
Grip: Ahrends Finger Groove Wood & Hogue Sq. Butt Rubber
Trigger: N/A
Hammer: N/A
External Safety: N/A
Frame: Large
Finish: Matte Black
Overall length: 9-1/2"
Material: Scandium Frame, Stainless Steel Barrel, Titanium Cylinder
Weight Empty: 26 ounces

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Smith and Wesson 329PD Reviews:

Overall Rating: review stars, 4 out of 5 possible stars 4 out of 5
By George, Cocoa, FL
February 23, 2013

Purpose: Defense/Law Enforcement

"This was acquired for bear defense in Alaska. Light enough that I carried it always,never left in the truck(like some Rugers).I ended up with a 305 gr hard cast with 17.4 gr of N110 for 1120 fps. With rubber grips it is a real handful. But it is for carrying,not a lot of target shooting. I'm 74 and can shoot it about 24 times a session. It's worthless if you don't practice. I fished the backcountry on Kodiak and felt confortable with it. A shotgun IS better but awkward for flyfishing.My first line of defense was my brain,the second,pepper spray(if no wind),and the 329PD 3rd.I felt secure with the .44 because I praticed. I had no illusions about getting in more than one shot.But the idea is to make the bear lose interest in you, not to blow its head off. In a shoulder holster, it was almost forgotten. If you can handle a 357 you can learn to shoot the 329PD. I like it very much for what it was designed for."

Overall Rating: review stars, 5 out of 5 possible stars 5 out of 5
By jimmyj1960, Madisonville, TN
December 9, 2012

"I have owned this gun for several years and still haven't fired it. I do carry it in a nice Galco holster and it gets alot of looks and comments wherever I take it. It surprises me how many people have never seen the 329 PD before. The weight and feel of this gun make it very popular in my shooting circle."

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