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Just received these smooth elk stag handles for my 1952 .357 Magnum.
As usual, member Patrick Grashorn makes a set of grips that's both beautiful and usable !
Thanks, Patrick.
Don
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Don,

Those are handsome indeed. I have a set of stags that Patrick made from a moose antler that I had sent him. I really like the looks of your smooth stags with no "bark." kfjdrfirii
 

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Don, those look great. I really like them without the bark better.
 
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Don,

Boy that is really a great pairing... :)

Gotta agree with the others, smooth without bark ... kfjdrfirii


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Nice choice, Don.. Smooth stags look and feel great! kfjdrfirii
 

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I have got to break down and get a set
I mean it this time
 

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I just ordered a pair yesterday for one of my N frames, but I got them with bark. I will post a pic when they come in, along with a Colt Single Action Army that has stags on it also.
 

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bgrafsr,
I'll be anxious to see how the new stags look on your SAA.
Don
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DHENRY said:
bgrafsr,
I'll be anxious to see how the new stags look on your SAA.
Don
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Sorry for the confusion DHENRY: but the new stags from Executioner are going on one of my N frame revolvers. I already have a pair of stags on my SAA, which were on it when I got the gun used many years ago. I am not sure what type of stags they are, but they look nice to me and are comfortable when shooting.

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Those grips add even more class to a fine pistol. kfjdrfirii

Executioner's work is top notch. I first saw his work when I was getting into cowboy action shooting, some years ago.
 

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Yep, that's as pretty as a fawn with a set of stag's antlers.

Hmmm, no pun intended. How 'bout this?

That's so pretty I feel like takin' off my hat.
 

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There's just something special about American Elk antler handles made by Patrick Grashorn. Adorning your gorgeous S&W makes the "specialness" exponential!
 
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