Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Revolver Handguns' started by Oaktree45, Apr 1, 2020.
It’s a beautiful gun. I hope you’re going to keep it.
Nice gun. The nickel plating is aftermarket, well done.
The name on the gun is not etched, and it's not engraved with an electric engraving pencil.
It is hand-engraved in a style known as "wriggle work." This is done using a flat point graver and twisting the wrist back and forth as you engrave.
Well that’s interesting! Learned something new today...
I JUST used my C&R to buy a 1918 vintage S&W in .45 that has been “customized”. I’m interested in the gun mostly because it has a pair of GORGEOUS old stags that would EASILY bring over $400 should I want to sell them which I won’t. I’m putting those on my custom 629 Mountain Gun and making a replica Indiana Jones revolver out of the one I bought (virtual twin except for barrel) because there in no collector value to it, but when I subtract the value of the grips I got the revolver for very little money. So yes, the Stags are what made me buy the gun.
Smartly Done, sir!
That makes sense. It must have take some time to put the name on the gun.