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Old 03-08-2011, 10:32 PM   #211
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Not so pretty but very serviceable:

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Two sets of Esmerelda's slim grips in cocobolo and rosewood.

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Here is a shot of my original design, courtesy of Larry Davidson of Davidson Knives. Accepted by at least a couple of members across the forum.
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I've also asked about bigger pieces and blocks. The longest that he can do is 16" long, so not nearly long enough for a rifle stock.
Jeez I reckon a shotgun stock would come up nicely!



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I was thinking of a lever gun with a matching single action revolver.
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I was thinking of a lever gun with a matching single action revolver.
That too CA, I'd have to suffice with the lever gun though

A .357Mag brush gun would be very handy on running game down here but, and a stock like that would definitely stand out in a crowd!
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Ah! Thanks for the tip. I was just trying to help a guy out. I'll try harder to follow the rules.

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Man, you just do not know how much I wish you could do that for a Para...
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