The above (and two below) are of a Blackhawk wearing a wonderful
piece of exhibition Bastogne walnut.
A Freedom Arms 97 with exhibition Turkish walnut.
A Colt Centennial with a one piece stock of Stone sheep horn.
A Colt with one piece stocks viewed from the back.
A USFA single action army with a beautiful piece of Turkish walnut.
The same revolver pictured above in full view showing the nice factory
A close up of the right panel.
Exhibition French walnut one piece grip off the frame.
A Colt with beautiful ivory in a one piece stock. A beautiful set of custom
A USFA with one piece ivory stocks.
Stone Sheep horn on a Colt Centennial.
A Freedom Arms with Dall Sheep horn grips. Word has it this revolver
being customized will get a damascus barrel. Hope to get pics to share.
Right side of the Freedom Arms.
Dall Sheep on a Ruger.
Snakewood on a Freedom Arms. This is one of the rarest of woods.
This classic Ruger Single Six is a great revolver, however it like so many
has a grip frame edge that was rounded over at some point at the
factory. The photo below shows the completed grip that helps cover that
rounded edge for a cleaner appearance. The other side was similar.