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GRAMPS 51

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Hi been waiting for factory letter to post this to make sure it did letter I cant take pictures to save my tail feathers but here it is

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Sorry I somehow lost the picture of the letter but honest injun it does letter
This is the gun that was drilled and tapped and converted but I picked up for $399

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GRAMPS 51

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Hi yes it was I whent to transfer the picture of the letter and it just disapeared I will try and take another one in the morning

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Axehandle

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You need to send that one to me for my "D&T Set." :D
I have a cherry 10 inch 357 that letters... It has had the D&T treatment also... :x
The holes were very cleanly done and are now plugged with set screws but it is still D&T'ed :cry:
 

GRAMPS 51

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HI I am toying with the idea of having it welded and refinished there is someone here on the forum that is good at it or knows someone but it will have to wait for now im broke after my last gun purchase

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flatgate

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Axe,
I love to score "soiled" Rugers and restore them to their original style or fix 'em up how I like and "shoot the hell out of them".

:D

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GRAMPS 51":1vid9b4n said:
HI I am toying with the idea of having it welded and refinished there is someone here on the forum that is good at it or knows someone but it will have to wait for now im broke after my last gun purchase

GRAMPS

Hey Gramps,
Alan Harton told me if you weld up and reblue that you still see where the holes are. The other option is to have Turnbull case hard it.
Jim
 

radicalrod

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Hey Jim, I have had the semi local guru named Walter that Rugerguy told me about do several and yes you can sometimes see the spot.....but sure beats the heck out of a set screw :D :D :D just say it is where it was attached to the casting tree::shock: :shock: :shock: most of the time if you don't look REAL CLOSE you would never know......I haven't had him "fix" one in a while but I do believe the last one cost me 200......your mileage may vary....see ya RR.
 

martyj

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Nice revolvers both of them.
Not sure which is more appealing the brass frame on yours or the grain in those grips of flatgates.
 
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