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Yosemite Sam

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From top down:
  • Freedom Arms 97, .45 Colt
  • S&W 624 Lew Horton edition, .44 Special, Ahrends grips
  • Ruger LCP
  • T/C Contender, 10" octagon .45 Colt barrel
The LCP is in good company!

Sorry for the lousy photo quality/flash, but we've got no sun at present.

-- Sam
 

Yosemite Sam

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Robb Barnes":1wmvld1e said:
I'm still waiting to see the first full blown custom SA Sam! :D
If I keep seeing these barrel-banded Bisleys it's going to be sooner rather than later... ;) I don't know what it is about that look, but I'm probably going to have to own one someday.

Thanks for the comments!

-- Sam
 

Yosemite Sam

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Stoots":sbfi908z said:
Nice Sam!

Are you missing some Austrian plastic?

:wink:
Temporarily replaced by the LCP in the pocket. The Glock 30 is pulling duty in my nightstand. :D It comes with me when I want something a little more "serious", not that .380 is a laughing matter...

-- Sam
 

Knuckles

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Thee doth maketh me coveteth thy "Lew Horton" :twisted:

Actually, that there FA hog-leg ain't to shabby neither. :wink:

Bud (Knuckles)
 

flatgate

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How do you like the sights on the '97? I tried them on my '83 but switched over to a Millet rear and a standard Patridge front.......

I recently acquired a fibre front but need to change the color of the insert before I give it a try. I fired a buddy's fibre equipped .475 cal. '83 and it worked great for me.

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Yosemite Sam

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I like the '97s sights just fine. You can barely make it out in the pic, but I have their brass bead insert on the front. It works particularly well with the light at your back.

Fiber optics work even better. I've got one on a Buckmark, and the darn thing glows even during an Oregon winter.

-- Sam
 
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