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Old 02-28-2011, 04:28 PM   #11
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Originally this was going to fit the Phillips & Bailey Ultra which was a S&W 19-2 mod to multi-caliber, but instead was fitted to the new Medusa when we got our first frames from the forge with my new company Phillips & Rodgers. The new barrel is a one-in-11 inch, 9 lands and grooves with a right hand twist. David Moore hand carved this stock out of one piece of American Walnut which is what it is resting on. The 10 inch silhouette P&B was the inspiration.
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Old 02-28-2011, 06:15 PM   #12
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JW: Wow, that is a TRULY RARE item. Great concept... To me, a classy carbine justifies the weight of the Medusa more favorably than a sidearm. Thanks so much for sharing the pics... and best wishes for any future endeavors!
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