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Discussion in 'Revolver Handguns' started by sam95dude, Apr 20, 2013.
Custom .44 magnum with ivory grips and engraving colored with lacquer stick
DAAAAANG, that is niiiiiice looking, can I have it?
That must be one of those "BBQ" guns. I can not imagine cleaning mud and blood out of that beautiful engraving. Or BBQ sauce for that matter.
Purdy but not my taste--
Guess i'd take it tho
Reminds me of the Mysterious Magnum from Fallout New Vegas. Which is a good thing.
I am a true sucker for an engraved Sixgun. Not a fan of flashy Autos though. Its more of a practical tool for me. I look at it like a pickup truck vs a classic car. Ones for work, one is meant to look good.
Baby has Safe Queen written all over it - still want one...
Has anyone actually fired one of these guns ? How do you get it clean again ?
Like most gunners who have ever had the pleasure of watching Patton, Ivory handles are in high demand. How durable are they ? I've seen some w cracks - how do you repair these ? Prices are $500 n up.
Never been shot ivory grips are real and hard to find if they break then you need to buy new ones
I'd shoot it.
Yep, that thar is one shur nuff beaut!
A BEAUTY, SURE ENOUGH!!! Forgive me for my negatives, but I'm not a fan of the full under lug, cosmetically, & practically speaking, there's not enough grip frame hanging under it to enable you to control fullhouse .44MAG loads. Just my 2 cents, jd45
Shoot it? Hell, i'd make love to it
Very handsome revolver there.