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Old 03-12-2012, 11:10 PM
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Old 03-12-2012, 11:17 PM
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You have a purdy 29-2....
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Very nice.
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Old 03-12-2012, 11:21 PM
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very nice. i assume from the grips that it is S #'d?
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very nice are you the original owner?
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Sweet looking gun!
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A real classy set of grips, I love the looks of a 29-2. Ron.
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Looks great! As others have said, Nice Grips! I have a pair of diamond targets that are lighter, and not alot of grain. They are almost new condition. They are for my 28 no dash. Again, what a beauty! Bob
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Not the original owner, just the real proud current owner.


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That is a beautiful piece of firearm engineering. You have every right to be proud of that 29.
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Not the original owner, just the real proud current owner.


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You are a lucky man in most cases those grips would no longer be with
the gun enjoy looks great and you should be proud.

Ted I don't know you So please don't take offence
I just hope you know what those grips are worth
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SUPER!
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You are a lucky man in most cases those grips would no longer be with
the gun enjoy looks great and you should be proud.

Ted I don't know you So please don't take offence
I just hope you know what those grips are worth
what he said ^^^^^^^

the stocks are worth $400
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