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Thanks!

I love these grips and this gun...it meets all my needs...compact, simple-no frills, and you got full power 180gr .357 Mag. loads for big jobs... .38 wadcutters for target/plinking...the different factory loads for the 65 is mind blowing.
 

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Very nice! kfjdrfirii

To me, stags are definitely worth the money. They make a big difference in the looks of a revolver whether it be blue, stainless or nickel..
 

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BH, THAT is one nice 65!!! ;) I can't think of a revolver that's better for SD. The .357 is rated right up there with the .45ACP. Bob
 

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Awesome grips!
 

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Those are beautiful. They look like executioners work, are they?
 

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They are his work!! GREAT WORK!

Executioners work is right!! Work of art if you ask me...perfect fit too...like he had the gun in hand when he made them.
 

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(Dragging up an old thread)... Anyone have some pics of the grips that originally came on a Model 65-3 3"? When I got mine (used) it had the Pachmayrs on it but I have no idea what came on that gun originally. Thanks for any help. hipnp
Charlie
 
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