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Here's my 624 4" in its' Tex Shoemaker rig ready for traipsing through the woods.
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You're gonna love that one. 44 special and S&W revolvers have a big following here. Frank
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Very nice. Almost bought one for work once but the ammo was too expensive to qual annually. Seeing yours makes me wish I had bought it anyway.
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Worthy of any trek in the woods...
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Kinda like a tease. What does the rest of the engraving look like? Or, is that . . . private?
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Kinda like a tease. What does the rest of the engraving look like? Or, is that . . . private?
I was thinking the same thing...
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Here are three more images without the leather. Same 624 as in my pic in the corner with the Ivory magnas.
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One fine lookin' six-two-foh!
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Thank you John it's my favorite 44! Skeeter's load just sings through this old round gun.
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Here are three more images without the leather. Same 624 as in my pic in the corner with the Ivory magnas.
I am not an artist or an expert on engraving. Don't care for it too much. I really like yours though! Thanks for sharing! Bob
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