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Old 09-23-2018, 04:46 PM
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Default Prictures Up! Took Home a Gaggle of 3” N Frames

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Hey All,

Took home a Gaggle of 3” N Frames the other day, thought I would share some pictures, before and after taking the Goodyear grips off.

(1) 29-4 3” Davis Custom, Unfluted, Full Underlug
(1) 29-4 3” Unfluted, Full Underlug
(1) 29-3 3” Unfluted, Full Underlug
(1) 29-10 3” Pencil Barrel, Square Butt Lew Horton
(1) 24-3 3” Lew Horton
(3) 629-6 3” Unfluted, Robar Finish

These will help balance out some of my Stainless 3” N Frames.
629-1 3” LH
629-2E 3”
(2) 625-3 3”
657 3” LH
624 3”
329-1 3” PC

Cheers! I’ll try and post better individual pictures as I switch grips out.
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That's a good pull for sure! Now I thin you wan to pull the Pacs off them before they cause a problem.
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Looks like a 3" party to me! Toss em all in the safe & see if they multiply!!
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Holy cow! I would have been thrilled to find just one of those. Care to share the story behind that score?
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Great Idea! Although they need Wood grips before going in the safe to mingle with the others. Nothing with rubber grips ever goes into the safe. The other 3”ers shun them!����

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Lordy lord..a honey pot!
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Thanks! Sure, one of my fellow firearm enthusiasts was clearing room in a safe, he knows I have the 3” Smith Bug. The 3” N Frame Bug is the most ferocious of them, followed closely by K Frame 3”ers!

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Nice haul! Those pics look familiar. Just found your texts on my USA phone.
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Hey All,

Took home a Gaggle of 3” N Frames the other day, thought I would share some pictures, before and after taking the Goodyear grips off.

(1) 29-4 3” Davis Custom, Unfluted, Full Underlug
(1) 29-4 3” Unfluted, Full Underlug
(1) 29-3 3” Unfluted, Full Underlug
(1) 29-10 3” Pencil Barrel, Square Butt Lew Horton
(1) 24-3 3” Lew Horton
(3) 629-6 3” Unfluted, Robar Finish

These will help balance out some of my Stainless 3” N Frames.
629-1 3” LH
629-2E 3”
(2) 625-3 3”
657 3” LH
624 3”
329-1 3” PC

Cheers! I’ll try and post better individual pictures as I switch grips out.
THAT'S A GREAT GRAB. CONGRATULATIONS ! ! !
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A mother lode I am envious of. Well done!
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More Pictures! See Original Post for Start
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Only with firearms can someone be so proud and everyone else be so envious with three inches.

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I don't care if it's a Python, N Frame, L Frame or GP100, nothing says "I mean business" like a large frame snubby. That is one very nice collection.
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Congratulations on the new additions

It looks like you were in the right place at the right time
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Thank you! I sure was!

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Thumbs up Nathan's Home of N snubs - For Days!

Congrats, Nathan! An outstanding collection, just got greater! Gotta love those Culinas as well!
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