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I'm trying some pics, hope it works





 

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Looks like it worked, so now I have to take some of the new toy :D
 

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You ask such difficult questions, LOL I think his name is spelled Carey. Have five or so sets of his grips and not one complaint.
 

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Thanks, the 50 year flat top now stays with my son in OK.. He decided that he needed it now not later LOL, so I will be starting to work on another one this summer. :D
 

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Beautiful guns and grips! Yes, Carey does do a wonderful job on his grips. What type of base pin you got in those Blackhawks?
 

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I thought they were Carey's.

I didn't notice the base pins were changed. Good catch Tim. :)
 

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They are Belt Mountain Sheriff’s model base pins. With them I can get the base pine out with out taking the ejector rod housing off when cleaning. :)
 

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I've noticed Carey's grips in a few magazines over the last few months.
 

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What is really nice about the Sheriff’s model base pin is that you get just a little longer stroke on the ejector rod
 
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