Very cool Erik; I missed that on my initial look. Nicely done sir!Haven't shot it yet. The sight is irrelevant really on a gun this short. But it looks better with it. I didn't use the original bead because it was so tiny. I used a piece of brass stock that was a little bigger and turned it into a point on a dremel then drilled a hole and silver soldered it in.
There may be. I've made two for you and one for another guy so far. I didn't spend as much time on this one as I did on the ones I've made for others. I left the grips alone and actually kind of like them that way. The others I have stripped and stained and oiled. Also rounded them over. It's way quicker to leave the grip and grip frame alone.That's very cool. When I take my Angels to the range, people go nuts for them. Their
has to be an untapped market for these things. I've had several offers for mine.
Jim, I love it!!!!
Maybe if he sends a pic of this to Uberti they'll pay him royalties on a production model! 1862 Police is one of my favourite Colts and that cut down just looks so right.Hey Erik....do you have warrants out for you in Europe for chopping up Italians??
I did send a picture of it to Dean Osteen of Cimarron. He was the guy I was dealing with when I ordered it from the company.Maybe if he sends a pic of this to Uberti they'll pay him royalties on a production model! 1862 Police is one of my favourite Colts and that cut down just looks so right.
Jim, you ever fired that thing with BB caps?