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Old 03-04-2010, 08:21 PM
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What are ivory target size grips for a N frame bringing? I'm starting to look around for a pair in elephant ivory.

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You will be in the 600-800 range
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Boone Trading Company - Ivory and Scrimshaw

they have both real and faux grips for your model N
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Those are very nice
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These are elephant tusk ivories . . . Enjoy,
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Dude, I have an elephant just like that! - had it since I was a kid.
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I would say for quality fitted stocks you should expect to pay at least $500 and up depending whether they are plain or carved. In any case be sure and deal with a pro when you are looking at that kind of cost.
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