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SP 101 finished up...

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by RobG5538, Sep 17, 2008.

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  1. RobG5538

    RobG5538 Member

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    Bought this little gem barely used then went to work. I installed Wolff springs, Meprolite tritium, and Hogue grip. Then sent it off for hammer bob, cylinder chamfer, and bead blast. Should be a fun little blaster:D
    ETA: just saw Gary in Penns! Very nice. These seem to be popular at the moment:D
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  2. Pistol Toter

    Pistol Toter Member

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    Waste of money!
     
  3. jwxspoon

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    Beautiful
     
  4. RobG5538

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    Thank you!:p
     
  5. 1KPerDay

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    Tasty wheelgun, Rob. I like the bright stainless better meself, but that is a purposeful-looking gun now. :cool:
     
  6. rdrancher

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    Have you had a chance to shoot it yet? You're gonna love it Rob. :D

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  7. ice monkey

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    There's just something about those SP's that just calls to be worked on! :) I think the bead blast looks awesome! Nice job...
     
  8. Loomis

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    I would've got the springs, grip, and the chamfer job and called it good.

    Nice gun though.
     
  9. DrDeFab

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    Not MY cup o' tea...

    but it looks like quality work, and if you like it, good on ya.
     
  10. heavyshooter

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    It looks great to me. Who sis you send it to?
     
  11. RobG5538

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    Maraviov Gunsmithing in Woodland, CA. Good work and prices and came recommended by a few others in the area.
     
  12. shooter58

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    First rate job. I have a weakness for snubbies with bobbed hammers. Definately like that one.
     
  13. Gideon

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    VERY nice but I also loved the original, especially the wood grip inserts! Where'd you get those? want to sell them????
    God Bless
    Gideon
     
  14. RobG5538

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    They came on the gun. Sure, I don't need them. Make me an offer I can't refuse:D
     
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