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The 'Gray Gun'....pics!

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing and Repairs' started by RogersPrecision, Jan 8, 2005.

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  1. RogersPrecision

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  3. Stephen A. Camp

    Stephen A. Camp Moderator In Memoriam

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    Hello. That is a unique finish and I kind of like it. Thanks for posting the pictures of this gun and finish.

    Best.
     
  4. BluesBear

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    I Like It

    Beautiful Weapon.

    Cool Treatment.


    It's almost as purty as bluing.
     
  5. Gordon

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    Very cool gun, well executed! Is that a Dlask Trigger? What kind og grips? What kind of Beautiful magwell? Who did the 'golf ball' texture on straps? :)
     
  6. Black Snowman

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    That's downright sureal. Lots of nice treatments on that weapon. I would have gone a differant route for the finish but that's definately good looking :)
     
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    Well, there's proof they can do at least one right! Nice! Too bad they couldn't do that well for BR.
     
  8. macavada

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    I was wondering how long it would take for someone to bring that up.
     
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    Nice. They look like VZ Gator Grips. A stylish melt treatment for my eyes.
     
  10. Bill Z

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    99% of what they do is like that, BR's deal was the 1%, not the other way around. Remember, you don't usually hear about the stuff people do right, even WA tried to tell you guy's that. :banghead:
     
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    I like the front strap!
     
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    Outstanding finish ... what a delightful piece. If one may be so bold as to ask ... how much went into this beauty??
     
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    Very purty.....thanks for sharing! :cool:
     
  14. Gunsnrovers

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    That looks great. I'm sure your customer is going to be one happy camper. I really like the barrel recess and bushing. Your detail work is great.

    The blue tint in the original post was pretty funky.
     
  15. landon74

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    That really looks excellent! I guarantee you'll have one happy customer.
     
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    Exceptional work! Thanks for the pics!
     
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    Looks good! Unique without being wierd or over the top.
     
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