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stag grips for a walker ?

Discussion in 'Blackpowder' started by buckeyed, Mar 25, 2011.

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  1. buckeyed

    buckeyed Member

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    thinking about a pair of stag grips for my walker anyone know of anyone that makes them?
     
  2. Texas Moon

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    I've never seen a pair of stags on a Walker. Or for sale.
    Bet they would look great!

    Probably going to have to contact a custom grip maker.
     
  3. Busyhands94

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    that would look really, really cool!
     
  4. Old No7

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    Maybe an option...

    Contact Bill Peterson at this website... Take a look while you're there too!

    http://www.sackpeterson.com

    I've got his Elk Stag grips on a Ruger SP101, an GP100 and my Uberti Schofield. He doesn't list the Walker, but maybe if you sent him the grip frame and your grips he could do it. He does great work.

    Tight groups.

    Old No7
     
  5. bwsmith2850

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    You could email Patrick Grashorn at grashorns gunworks his email is on that page. I have 2 (S&W) pair of his elk grips and they look great. He makes them from elk or moose.

    Now that you mention it, I wonder if he'd make some for my 1858 Remington.
     
  6. StrawHat

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    One of the projects I have for my Short Mort is a set of American Ivory grips. I have the elk sheds in my shop, just not the time to shape and fit them.
     
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