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Model 66

Discussion in 'Freemason's Lodge' started by JayPap, Mar 19, 2007.


  1. JayPap

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    What do you think?

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    Very nice indeed Brother.tom.:kilt:
     

  3. Chuck66

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    That's nice, and funny to me too. I've got a model 66, which was my first S&W, and my favorite of them all, although I don't think it's the best one. Anyway, my lodge is #66, and I've planned for a while to have it custom engraved with the Square and Compass and some other symbols and lodge numbers, etc. Very nice idea for combining two loves.
     
  4. RED64CJ5

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    Most excellent. Make sure you don't bring it into the lodge room with you! :thumbsup:
     
  5. JayPap

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    I'm glad you enjoyed the pics.
     
  6. Gunfitr

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    Beautiful work. I have a RB 2 1/2 inch 66 that I cherish. Used it for years as a match gun in the old off-duty gun matches when I shot PPC. Would you mind telling us who did the skrimshaw/engraving?


    May peace and harmony prevail.
     
  7. JayPap

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    The engraving is Smith & Wesson laser engraving an the grips were made by Custom Grips 1-520-397-9311.

    I can't remember the guys name off the top of my head but he was very nice to deal with.

    His web site is www.GunGrips.net and he advertises in American Handgunner magazine.
     
  8. Gunfitr

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    Thanks much, I visited the web site and the work looks first class. I saw a lot of things I'd love to have. Now if I only had some $$.


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  9. JayPap

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    Brought back to the top for guys who were not hanging around when this started.