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 Post subject: LTW #1 PART 3 KINGWOODS
PostPosted: Thu Jul 22, 2004 9:08 pm 
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Aside from the unbelievable package most have already seen, the LTW #1 comes with two sets of grips. Time became a factor the other day so since then the grips have been replaced with this particular pair of Kingwoods. Tim Brian often configures grips like you see here. The edges are radiused leaving a very nice carry package. Plus they look very sharp. Thanks again to Tim for taking the time.

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With the checkering!

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Shameless plug 8)

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WOW :shock: I thought it looked spectacular in ivories, but those Kingwoods are unreal! They really bring out the richness in the bluing. I love the way Tim radiused all of the edges and carefully sculpted them to a perfection.

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Steve,
Your pics are like, soooo good! Really, some of the best I've seen, short of some guy named Nagata................

And the gun................. Like Mr. DelPinto says, Tim's Kingwoods really make it a whole 'nother gun. Like I said earlier, this is finest-kind workmanship.


This is something that I'm truly proud to be associated with.

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 23, 2004 6:29 am 
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Hey John, You keep it up with that "finestkind" type of talk and folks will think you're from Maine, instead of GA.

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Those are some sweet looking grips. They look like scuplture. They do make it look like an entirely different gun.

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Thanks for taking the snaps, Steve. I was curious how those 2 by 4's would look on the blued piece.

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Don Williams wrote:
Hey John, You keep it up with that "finestkind" type of talk and folks will think you're from Maine, instead of GA.


We-uns are as back-woodsey as the folks from Maine. It's just that we-uns know how to use the hyphen key! :wink:

Actually, I shouldn't have used we-uns. that'll have you thinkin' I'm a chicken rancher from Arkansas!

I liked the book and movie, but the TV show wasn't in tune with my political views.

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No problem Tim...I have a bunch of different photos. If you want to go into my photo directory and look around let me know, you can take what you like.

Thanks John, I get lucky most of the time. It is fun taking shots of the LTW gun. I can't wait until the Harrison/Christiansen shooter is ready to go. Got some cool stuff lined up for it.

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Beautiful Job Tim, as usual! I should have reported that gun lost in transit when I had it here in Buffalo :D :D
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Ok, how do we get raffle tickets for these things? I can't find it anywhere on the site. Help please! :wink:

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Be patient. All will be revealed in due time 8) .

It takes a little effort and time on all fronts to put the raffle together. We're ahead of the schedule we set earlier in the year for the gun, and it's great to see what's been done in such a short time - but the process has moved to an arena we're not familiar with, so we have to let the publicity people and the fundraising experts get their end set up.

We'll let everyone know as soon as there is any information.

Thanks!!

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MAN that is a NICE piece of work there.... 8) Hanging around here I'm getting Slabsideitis all over again! :lol:


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Trace Rinaldi wrote:
I'm getting Slabsideitis all over again! :lol:


I can cure that........... :twisted:

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