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If you read my recent post under Colt Revolvers,you will see how I obtained these. They are the very rare wooden stocks(grips!!)checkered,with silver medallion,made between 1932-1941 for the Shooting Master target revolver version of the New Service,and were also "standard" for the New Services chambered for the .38 special/.357 Magnum. The majority of New Services had square butts,and the stocks will not fit,unless they are "altered",which is easy to tell.

I would rate the stocks very,very good. There are no cracks, chips,one tiny dent on the butt of one,and checkering is very good,with just a little wear on base of pattern on right grip,from holster carry. #34095x is stamped on back of right grip. Color is uniform and "dark walnut".

I have NO digital camera,so you will have to trust my description. Price is $100,which will include flat rate Priority Mailing.

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