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Top, 625-6, 45LC, elk stag. Bottom "pair" Horton, 629-1, 44mag, elk stag.


1951, pre-15 38spl, "Combat Masterpiece", original finish and grips 99%+, scary accurate too. Have another one on the way...


1952, pre-18 .22lr, "Combat Masterpiece", original finish and grips 98%+, accurate too!


Regards - redleg
 

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Excellent Smiths, folks. I think the elk horn grips are growing on me. Though Ken's grips on his .44 are nice too, I have the same stock on a NEF Handi Limited Edition that are the same color scheme, which is why I bought that particular rifle. ;D I will be submitting mine this week. A model 10-7, plain jane street gun and deer sausage getter, a Model 19-5, nickel, that has had duty time, and a 53 yr old Model 28-no dash that has seen many years on the street and is a deer killer, respectfully.
 

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Mohawk said:
Hey, DM. How did you come across a .25-20 and how can I find one? :)
If you want one, and want it done "right", you have to do what i did, gather up the parts, and have a master pistol smith put it together for you...

 
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