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Old 11-21-2020, 06:46 PM
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...and I came upon these.. they aren’t for sale yet but I will get them organized and do a “cleansing” / yard sale in the next few weeks. I was really surprised how few N frame stocks I own ( except on guns).
I guess my Karma winning of N frame Herrerts was fortuitous!
I have other semi autos grips snd Tyler T adapters I will need to sort through as well. I stuck this in this sub forum but it really spans all 3. Except Antiques. I also have a couple dozen boxes to purge as well. Mostly J and K frame Star Burst snd Banger Punta era.



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All I can say is, no socks?
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Old 11-21-2020, 09:41 PM
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I have a tub with about as many grips/stocks as you have shown. I need to sort them out and send a few to new homes one of these days. Thanks for reminding me!

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All I can say is, no socks?

No .. my socks are in the closet on one of the wife’s “organizers” so I get a big dresser for stocks, holsters, magazines and assorted other non lethal stuff! It leaves more room in the safe(s?) for the hard stuff.


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You got some big drawers!
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Old 11-22-2020, 08:42 AM
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Nice find, when you sell these more profit than precious metal.
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There have been occasions when I could of used a few of those. Very nice assortment~
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Is that a set of high horns in the middle of the bottom row?
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And I thought I had a "stock / grip" problem ... you win the prize !
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Yes it is Joe. I hadn't even catalogued them when I took the pic. I just laid them out in order of frame size. I'll get back to them this week sometime and start cataloguing them.
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WHOA!!! Nice!

I have a number of stocks that I want to sell or give away but NOTHING LIKE THAT!

Way cool!
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I’ll keep my eye on the WTS area.

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You don't need to sell them, you need to buy guns that they will fit on!!!
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What do you have squirreled away in your other dresser drawers!
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What do you have squirreled away in your other dresser drawers!
That is a great question.. a picture only shows what is in the frame. There are also grip adapters, holsters, more grips for semi autos, optics, sights, revolver manuals, semi auto manuals, and maybe the most important... spare magazines. The boxes wouldn't fit in the dresser. This dresser is a large chest of drawers my parents bought used when I was about 10 or 12. They sanded it all down and refinished it. They worked together on it for weeks.(AIRC) I have never been able to dispose of it even though it doesn't match anything in our house. So what better use than as a gun paraphernalia locker?
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Sowhat better use than as a gun paraphernalia locker.
A reminder of your parents enjoying their time together! ! !
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Wow! That is an awesome collection of stocks there! The Combats in the second row, are they for an N-frame?
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So anyway....where do you keep your clothes???
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That non medallion pair in the top row look nicer than the ones I got off Ebay a few years ago, mine are kindling wood compared to those. And I was happy to find that set!
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