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Here's a 'transitional' .38/.44 Outdoorsman's Revolver from 1946.
Keith Brown made the birdseye maple grips for it.
It's difficult (for me!) to photograph the beautiful grain in the wood, and I notice my lighting produced some unusual 'highlights' on the gun's frame.
Oh, well...
Don
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Very nice, Don! I love those grips, too!

As far as the highlighting of the frame goes, I actually try to do that.. I'm not very successful most of the time, but to me it adds to the pic.
 

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Very nice, those grip almost like like aged ivory.
 
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