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    I can appreciate the level of skill that went in to it. Unfortunately, in my opinion it looks as though it fell out of an ugly tree and hit every limb on the way down.....
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    I like it but not $13,000 worth of like.

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    There was another snubbie years ago that came in a coffin like case with little vampire face silver bullets and a small decorative stake for killing vampires that matched the gun. Very creative stuff but I would not pay more than $5000 for it if I was wealthy. I will look for pics of it.
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    found it'



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    Thanks for sharing

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    Way over done. Although the engraving is of a high quality, it is over done to the point of it looking way too busy. Just my 2 cents.

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    I had this gun built. We took the concept of the Vampire Hunter Detective Special in the NRA Museum and took it to a whole new level with a Python. I told Mark Swanson to take the general idea and do it in his style. Over 80 hours of work went into it. The finish and grips are done by Nutmeg. The pictures do not do this gun justice. This fellow won it on one of our penny auctions. He is not getting rich with the listed price.
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    @Lumberjack: if you don’t mind me asking can you provide ballpark price to have this done?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 68python View Post
    That one was commissioned, and sold , some time back.
    If you search "Vampire Hunter" here, can get details.
    I have never seen a "Vampire Hunter" Python. They were DS's, IMO
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    That D racula S layer is sweet !
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