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Old 07-03-2019, 06:06 PM
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Bought this grip here on the Smith & Wesson Forum and I am very happy. Good Forum to its members. Thank Sean.


How do you get rid of the Photobucket water mark?

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Nice coloring Mehutch. They really spice that gun up.
Only way to get rid of the PB watermark is to take your business elsewear. They don't seem to be happy unless they're screwing with their customers. Unwise business practices..
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Nice coloring Mehutch. They really spice that gun up.
Only way to get rid of the PB watermark is to take your business elsewear. They don't seem to be happy unless they're screwing with their customers. Unwise business practices..

Where to go for the same service? Thanks for the complement. I don't have a pool table so I am always looking for background material, good lighting and simple font to use. I wanted to ask you if you could only have on of your many 44 maggies, which one would it be?
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Where to go for the same service? Thanks for the complement.
They look great!! I love the looks of Target Stocks and I love the coloring in your's.

Try https://postimages.org/

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Those grips look very nice.
I have been using postimage and really like it. Super simple to post to forums
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I wanted to ask you if you could only have on of your many 44 maggies, which one would it be?
This is a good question!!
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Where to go for the same service? Thanks for the complement. I don't have a pool table so I am always looking for background material, good lighting and simple font to use. I wanted to ask you if you could only have on of your many 44 maggies, which one would it be?
I have had several 44's. For me it is my M29-5 Classic DX, 5"
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Where to go for the same service? Thanks for the complement. I don't have a pool table so I am always looking for background material, good lighting and simple font to use. I wanted to ask you if you could only have on of your many 44 maggies, which one would it be?
Hee hee hee!i have asked same question already. Now want to see if answer(s) changes, so I can haze a tad.
Forgot - those are sweet grips Hutch. Nice grab.
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Bloody nice!
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Where to go for the same service? Thanks for the complement. I don't have a pool table so I am always looking for background material, good lighting and simple font to use. I wanted to ask you if you could only have on of your many 44 maggies, which one would it be?
My favorite?? Don't do that to me. Yes Mr Harry, you got me once too. My favorite shooter is the Powerport. All around fav? I could get it down to a few but not one guys.
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Yup. Hard to top that 629 powerport. No question. Hands down.



Nice grips mehutch I like the color. Almost like a rosewood, really sharp.

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Is your 686-4 a square butt?
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Is your 686-4 a square butt?
Round butt.


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Looks really nice!
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