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This Stag Party can break the rules, any gender is welcome in and marriage/relationship the same.

My stag date: 1904 Denver Col 32WCF
The badge didn't come with it but it is stamped "L&W Sales Co" over CANON CITY COL.
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Revolver Air gun Trigger Gun barrel Knife


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Mine is nothing fancy or collection-worthy...but I like it. It is basically a 45 Colt parts gun I picked up a few years ago at an estate sale for $250 and it came with the stags. A good friend engraved it for me.
I found the canvas belt at a gun show and brought it home because nobody else has one.

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I just realized that there is a thread on Stags already, as I looked through it I noticed that I had that strange feeling that I've been there before
 

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Mine is nothing fancy or collection-worthy...but I like it. It is basically a 45 Colt parts gun I picked up a few years ago at an estate sale for $250 and it came with the stags. A good friend engraved it for me.
I found the canvas belt at a gun show and brought it home because nobody else has one.

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That’s a well put-together rig. It appears you have emulated Rooster with the lone .45-70 cartridge? Wish I had a friend who’d do some engraving for me.
 

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Thanks Jimmy. The spur is just an unmarked show spur I picked up some time ago. I have a few single spurs hanging in my shop.
 

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The only gun I own with stags...Cobra .22...


 

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These are all sambar stag. All acquired before 2000 except the Ebay Cobra grips and the Ruger SBH's which were a gift from my nephew a couple years ago. I started buying SAA stags from Melvin Tyler in the early 80s for $35-$40 a set. By the 1990s stags in general were up to $95.

 

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Mine is nothing fancy or collection-worthy...but I like it. It is basically a 45 Colt parts gun I picked up a few years ago at an estate sale for $250 and it came with the stags. A good friend engraved it for me.
I found the canvas belt at a gun show and brought it home because nobody else has one.

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This one was found/bought with old stag grips. Gun was shipped to Camp Perry in 1927.
 

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Are all stag grips really thick and bulky? Are any stag grips thin approaching the thickness of factory rubber grips for a Colt SAA?

I bought some sambar stag grips and they are very thick. Re-profiling them to an appropriate thickness for my hand would probably remove all the bark. Just wondering if any sambar stag grips are thin from the get go.
 
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