Model 66

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  1. JayPap

    JayPap NRA Life Member Millennium Member

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    What do you think?

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    deputy tom Gringo Viejo

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    Very nice indeed Brother.tom.:kilt:
     

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    Chuck66 Traveling Man

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

    JayPap NRA Life Member Millennium Member

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    I'm glad you enjoyed the pics.
     
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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

    JayPap NRA Life Member Millennium Member

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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.
     
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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 $$.


    May peace and harmony prevail.
     
  9. JayPap

    JayPap NRA Life Member Millennium Member

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