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    This just keeps on getting better and better.
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    one of my most favorite things elk antler. I made a set of grips for my Ruger Blackhawk about 25 years ago and they are still going strong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew H View Post
    Is this one going to be for sale, Hoss?
    Yes it is. I have someone that will have first right to buy, if it's not a fit for him, it'll be up for grabs.

    Hoss

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    Here's the etched blade. The wrought iron makes it look like an antique. The photo doesn't show it very well but this is some wild stuff.

    Thanks for all of the support, and thanks for following the thread.

    Love and respect

    Hoss
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    Stunning!
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    That's a gorgeous blade Devin -

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    Great wood-grain-esque pattern there.
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    Simply amazing.

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    Burning and brushing the horn to add color. CA glue applied to the surface and gluing them to some spacer material.

    Hoss
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    That was neat!

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