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LOVE IT!! Have a Series 70 Gov't also(purchased new circa'85)that's been out to the Gunsmithy @ Gunsite Ranch....but that hard chrome is cool beans!! Like the rear sight(have Novaks)..is that a Heinie or 10-8 ?
Last edited by JD; June 18th, 2009 at 06:53 PM.
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Awesome work...Very beautiful gun.
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Man that is a smooth looking pistol.
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What cloud did that heavenly pistol fall down to Earth from?
Every little part of that pistol is a tiny bit sweeter than the part that I just looked at.
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Dang! even the doggone hammer strut is Hard Chromed.
Attention to the minutest detail everywhere on that pistola.
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Very nice pistola...or is that pic digitally enhanced?
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