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Got a couple nice sets of K smoothies...rosewoods on the left and GA on the right...









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Got a couple nice sets of K smoothies...rosewoods on the left and GA on the right...


Those ones on the left are some real "knotty" stocks, but in a good way.
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Just wanted to post the new set I recently purchase from George here on the forum. I had to have them as they made a nice lighter match to the other set of Rosewoods with similar grain. I had never seen a set with this light of material so was happy to work a deal with George to get them in my modest collection.





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Four years of Rosewoods and didn't see too many Factory Rosewood Magna's so here's a crappy picture of mine.
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2 sets of COCO BOLO and 1 set of AMBOYNA BURL
i KNOW not for a revolver
I was lucky enough to find ! board 4"x32" that had this grain, will probably never find another
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These showed up today.
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Rosewood Nill grips on my Model 29-6:
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Kingwood Rosewood by Culina. One of the rarer varieties of rosewood. Really amazing grain. His wife must pick out all the wood.
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Been a while since I was able to indulge my rosewood lust, but a set of stocks for...something... cropped up on ebay and I couldn't resist pulling the trigger.

I thought I would bump this great thread, although it's a bit sad there are so many lost pictures.

Anyway, what do you guys think. Brazilian Rosewood? Something else?

I Frame?

Anyone recognize who might have made them?






I have to say, half of why I am compelled to buy a set like this is that I have to wonder what gun they were made to be put on, and why aren't they on it?

The other half is that I am a hopeless rosewood junkie.
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Hard to tell without seeing the whole back (inner) side of one or both panels, but if they are for an I-frame, they would be very nice on a little nickel plated snub... glam without looking “pimpified.”

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What an informative thread.First I have seen it.SixgunStrumpet nice grips and Thanks for bringing it back up.Doc what a great topic for a journal article.Carry on!
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Haha yeah, honestly I feel like some of these excellent threads need to see the light of day once in a while. I think any excuse to surface them again should be taken.
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I didn't know I had such a following.

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I don't think I've posted these here but they are a set I like.
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I'm pretty sure my Grandfather's old, custom stocks are rosewood. These are somewhere between 65-79 years old.




They feel great in the hand.
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Question : What kind of wood is Smith using today in its revolver grips? To me it looks much different than any of the wood they used to use or am I wrong on this?
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What a treat to get to see so many beautiful grips and to have the variances in one species of wood pointed out. Thanks for starting the conversation and to all who took the time to contribute.
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Collecting those stocks are a better investment than collecting stock certificates! LOL!
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The rosewood and nickel work pretty well together on this Model 29-2.

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Fun resurrected thread. These grips were custom made for me by Ajax way back when they had their business in Dallas and the original grips on this Star Model S cracked.

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I know I am late to this thread, but had to show my two sets of grips that I am reasonably sure are Rosewood. the "Cokes" are on a 44 mag lettered to Feb. 21st 1957. Mr. Jinks indicated indicated it shipped with G.A. stocks. The second set of smooth Targets also have the Coke bottle profile, I think they are rosewood as well. This set is what was on the 44 when I bought it about 10-12 years ago.
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shrade...the cokes are Goncalo alves. The smooth targets are definitely rosewood.

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Well since this has been resurrected, I am pretty sure these are rosewood but I would love to hear from the experts

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I don't want to hijack this thread but I do like those old style grips but I am wondering how should I take care of them? Thanks in advance.
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Young gun they are and even have some spider webbing.

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Been a while since I was able to indulge my rosewood lust, but a set of stocks for...something... cropped up on ebay and I couldn't resist pulling the trigger.

I thought I would bump this great thread, although it's a bit sad there are so many lost pictures.

Anyway, what do you guys think. Brazilian Rosewood? Something else?

I Frame?

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I have to say, half of why I am compelled to buy a set like this is that I have to wonder what gun they were made to be put on, and why aren't they on it?

The other half is that I am a hopeless rosewood junkie.
SixgunStrumpet, those look very much like the work of Art Jewel Enterprises. I didn't know they offered medallions as options but I'll bet they were the maker. Possibly to fit a J Frame round butt ? If so I'll bet they would look great on a Model 60 or other stainless gun.

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Good call, they actually came in an Eagle AJE Box. Which, for some reason, the ebay seller didn't bother to mention in the auction!

In any case, I like them a lot, they are very very nice.

I also took your advice:





I think they will do just fine on my carry gun.
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The magna stocks on this 1939 M&P target look to me like rosewood, but the factory letter says it was shipped with walnut. The stocks are of that era, but are not numbered to the gun.

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I have 4 sets of pre-war K-frame magnas, and a couple of them are really dark and red colored, like that gun there. They don't appear to be rosewood to me however based on the grain.
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I don't know what wood these are but they look damn nice on my 686 no dash:
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