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In the last few years I have grown extremely fond of vintage stag grips. In that time I have also taken a liking to 44spl, so needles to say I love combining the two!
Today I decided to do a group picture of my "stagged out" 44's, & I wanted to share them with those of you who also appreciate vintage stag.
Pictured is my refinished Triple lock, 2nd model with Kings Cockeyed hammer & short action, 3rd model transitional modified by Mirco Sight company & 3rd model Wolf & Klar that has a Fitzed trigger guard.
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Nice collection of 44's. And also like how that stag grips have aged. Frank
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Paul,

That's a beautiful and stunning group of stag 44s.

Please explain the " short action" 2nd Model? Is that a King modification?
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Love the 44's! Here's mine. Grips seem to have never been fitted, and have a great palm swell on each side.



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Gorgeous, you even have some 'popcorn' bark on the right side.
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I really like stag but have original stocks on most of my Smiths. Plus they can be a little rough with heavy recoiling guns.









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That's a beautiful and stunning group of stag 44s.



Please explain the " short action" 2nd Model? Is that a King modification?

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Yes, it's a King modification. Is has probably the smoothest action of any of my Kings guns.



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Guys those are all nice firearms . Bengals fan you realy started a great thread thanks ,and thanks to all you guys adding to it . Wow.
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What magnificent revolvers!! I love the .44s....but my favorite barrel length is the 4". Is the 4" the one with the "Fitzed" trigger guard?

Love the stag stocks!!

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What magnificent revolvers!! I love the .44s....but my favorite barrel length is the 4". Is the 4" the one with the "Fitzed" trigger guard?

Love the stag stocks!!

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Yes, it's the 4" W&K. I know most hate the modification, but I got it for a price I could live with & it's a awesome shooter.
The gun came out of Oklahoma and I can't help but to believe this was someone's service weapon.






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[QUOTE=bengal fan;139744191]Les,
Yes, it's the 4" W&K. I know most hate the modification, but I got it for a price I could live with & it's a awesome shooter.
The gun came out of Oklahoma and I can't help but to believe this was someone's service weapon.

Oklahoma service weapon from Oklahoma for the .44 maybe, but that "sticker" has;.. "used in New Orleans" written all over it.
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Hey Paul, when you get tired of that 2nd model and decide to turn it loose, let me know. See you this weekend.
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Great 44's....
Stags are not too bad on older K frames.
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Can these play?

1917 with Grashorn elkhorn.



1956 .38-44 HD with Driskill's

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My .44 special came today, so I tried the old pair of Samber stags on. They look like they were made for each other.
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Nice collection of Stag grips, not to mention the revolvers they'er on!
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Old "service style" stag grips on my 44 special. They are both ugly and beautiful.
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They are. Also easy to bring back to life.

A little dye in the bark grooves the color of dried blood and a re-polish can do wonders.
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Those look like jigged bone. They are really nice too
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Here is a King conversion with some really nice Sambar stags. This is a Model of 1950 Military 44he.

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This is a long since sold 2nd model with jigged bone.

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And this is a Wolf & Klar 44he 3rd model with those same jigged bone stocks. I think that they looked better on the 2nd model, but they fill a void until I can find some steer head stocks in ivory or MOP.

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And to Paul - your collection makes me weak at the knees buddy....That Fitzed 3rd model could very easily live with me if you ever decide to give it up I like it almost as much as your King 38-44 Super Police


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Those look like jigged bone. They are really nice too
Not jigged bone which look fake because the lines always curve to follow the grip curve, and are smooth cut grooves.
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Delta those do look like jigged bone . Perhaps hand jigged actual bone, rather than mass produced synthetic copies ?

M Conrad 0311 - Those grips are nice. On second look , the front sight cought my eye ! Is that a small Gold Bead inlet to the top of the original sight ? Was this a semi common thing ? I would have thought I would have seen , or read description of something like that before.
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M Conrad 0311 - Those grips are nice. On second look , the front sight cought my eye ! Is that a small Gold Bead inlet to the top of the original sight ? Was this a semi common thing ? I would have thought I would have seen , or read description of something like that before.
The front sight was described as being a USRA style with brass being neatly added to the top. I have also heard it referred to as a 1/2 target sight. I am not very knowledgeable as to the prevalence of this sights use, maybe someone else would better be able to speculate on this issue. Here is a close up of it.
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Wow !

That wasn't a modification to original sight, but full custom pinned in . Perhaps that was designed to fit the rules for a particular Class of USRA competition ?
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What woodpile. I thought it fell like that when cutting up some wind blown limbs. OK, if you don't use wood or gas, what do you use? Buffalo chips?
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Amazing pics guys. Only stags I have are some Indian sambar on super Blackhawk I won't sully the thread with a brand R pic. Came on the gun and the total price was amazeballs so I couldn't pass it up.
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I have several nice sets of Sanbar for K frames, but only jigged bone for my N's.
5" Triple Lock.

4" HD

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And then, there is this set, which really freaks me out because I can't understand why. Jigged Ivory.


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Bruce,

You have an excellent array of different style jigged bone examples which can be a 'learning moment' to those that are confused with Sambar Stag, to compare with the real McCoys in Posts #1 & #2 above.

The jigged ivory are the first I've ever seen and probably as rare as hen's teeth! They may be sacrilege to some. But they make sense on a large cal handgun that might get a little slippery with smooth grips and sweaty hands in a gun fight .
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You have an excellent array of different style jigged bone examples which can be a 'learning moment' to those that are confused with Sambar Stag, to compare with the real McCoys in Posts #1 & #2 above.

The jigged ivory are the first I've ever seen and probably as rare as hen's teeth! They may be sacrilege to some. But they make sense on a large cal handgun that might get a little slippery with smooth grips and sweaty hands in a gun fight .
Don't that just take your breath away?!!
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Don't that just take your breath away?!!
Funny part is, they were listed on ebay as Stag for $150 about a year ago with just two poor photos. I contacted the seller and told him they were most likely jigged bone. He updated the listing and dropped the price to $80. He also added an additional photo which appeared to show Schrager lines on the base of the stocks. As it was, I was the only bidder. When I had them in hand and saw they were indeed ivory, I contacted the seller to tell him. He apologized for the mix-up and offered to either refund my money or adjust the price downward if I felt it was necessary.
I graciously told him I was happy with them just as they were.
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