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Old 01-21-2014, 12:35 AM
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Talking I would love to purchase a set of your grips?

Keith, I'd love to purchase a set of your grips just like the ones in post #13.

I have a S&W 629 Classic Round butt, looking for rd.to sq. conversion.

What type of wood is that in post #13?

That's exactly what I want in exhibition grade which is what they look like to me.

Can you also use stainless hardware for the screw and escutcheon?

I sent you and e-mail also.

I've been all over the internet looking for an artist like yourself, fantastic grips.

P.S. I just read your above post on quoting a delivery date which I totally understand, If you will make my grips for me, I don't care how long it takes for you to make them and won't bother you about it either, please let me know, thanks.

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Old 01-27-2014, 11:36 PM
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Gorgeous stocks, sir.
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Some of Keith's Work on my 4" 629 No Dash.

Special Stocks for a Special Revolver:

The Revolver:

A 4" 629 (No Dash)
- Pinned Barrel
- Recessed Cylinder Chambers
- Target Hammer
- Target Trigger
- Target Rear Sight with White Outline
- Red Ramp Front Sight

Very few examples of Pinned/Recessed 4" 629s are out there

The Stocks:
- Keith Brown Tulip Style Stocks
- Made from Red Heart wood
- Ebony Diamond Inserts
- Exhibition Finish

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Old 11-10-2014, 02:34 AM
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This is a set of Exhibition Ropers Mr. Brown was willing to make for my model 58 conversion to 45 Colt done Hamilton Bowen. The are some of the nicest custom grips in my safe.

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To those of you wondering where I might be, awaiting an email response for information, or checking on an order I offer the following. I do still make grips but now am far behind and stretched very thin, if you sent me an order I'm sure I have it and intend on completing it but can offer no timetable for doing so. Since July 5th I have been completely involved in elder care which had improved somewhat but has in the last week become even more of a challenge. This has taken a minimum of twenty five hours per week away from work and try as I might making it up is proving impossible. I have many many unanswered emails but have used the time I do have trying to make grips. I did start answering them tonight and will try to do a batch each evening and hopefully get that caught up. Thanks again for all the grip photos posted on some really nice Smiths.

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those grips are unreal.
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New guy and first time poster. Keith you have some great talent really super nice grips
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Keith sent me a picture of my mesquite grips. They are for my 6" Mod.57, nickel. Mesquite is from my ranch...far as I know, the only mesquite grips Keith has done, I will post a picture of the installed grips, when the arrive.


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Here's a picture of the installed grips..

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The other side..

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Rusty, thanks for posting the photo. They are the first set I've done in Mesquite, the wood is heavy and hard but worked up nice.
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Default Ziracote wood, old style medallions, hidden screw

Ziracote wood, old style medallions, hidden screw, homemade.
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Wow....just wow on some beautiful grips
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Rusty, thanks for posting the photo. They are the first set I've done in Mesquite, the wood is heavy and hard but worked up nice.
It makes for some good tasting barbeque too.

I've got about 20 acres in Mesquite and tried several times to cut and dry some for various projects. How do you keep it from splitting? I guess mine keeps drying too fast but when it's 110 in the shade and 125 in the barn, things dry fast.
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Took it to a pro in Uvalde Texas. Mine was kiln dried...no cracks/perfect !
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