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    WTS: 1919A4 Spade grips

    Well as promised I have the spade grips done and ready to go. I did most of them with walnut handles but have about 8 sets of the black grips should anyone prefer that look. Just keep in mind guys all builds vary in dimension a little bit weather home build or not so they may require some fitting to your gun depending on how it was built. I built my guns tight and fit every set to two different guns and they all functioned fine but there is a reason for the old saying "close enough for government work" when it comes to Browning's. They are 330.00 plus shipping in a medium flat rate box or I can bring them to the creek N/C with a commitment up front but I need to know by Tuesday mid day or they will not make the trip and have to ship. I will be at the creek from Wednesday to the following Monday but will ship the day I get home for anyone that wants a set. I only did a small run of these to test the waters so to speak. I also have some A6 top cover latches for anyone looking for one and they are 45.00 each. Checks are ok from long time members pr if I have dealt with you all others a USPS money order (sorry) I don't do paypal because of their anti gun philosophy. Russ
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    Toolman, These look awesome!!!!
    Your hard work and determination has paid off my friend. I just need to sell some stuff at the creek and then I will be ordering a set in black from you!! These look better than anything else on the market and those others are even higher priced!!! Great job on a quality product at a great price.
    As far as the A6 latches, are there any manufacturers marks on them?
    CaptMax
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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptMax View Post
    Toolman, These look awesome!!!!
    Your hard work and determination has paid off my friend. I just need to sell some stuff at the creek and then I will be ordering a set in black from you!! These look better than anything else on the market and those others are even higher priced!!! Great job on a quality product at a great price.
    As far as the A6 latches, are there any manufacturers marks on them?
    CaptMax
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    I agree with you 100% on the spades.

    Toolman
    Heck yea brother
    I will take 1 set of spades with walnut handles and 1 A6 top cover latch.
    I still have a stamped envelope with your name and address on it. Unfortunately I will not be able to go to the creek, so I will need mine shipped.
    Thank you sir.
    M.McCurry
    Last edited by mminvestments; 04-02-2017 at 03:30 PM.

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    Nice job Russ, to me these even look better then the factory one,s !!
    i bet these wil be all gone soon.!!
    john.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptMax View Post
    Toolman, These look awesome!!!!
    Your hard work and determination has paid off my friend. I just need to sell some stuff at the creek and then I will be ordering a set in black from you!! These look better than anything else on the market and those others are even higher priced!!! Great job on a quality product at a great price.
    As far as the A6 latches, are there any manufacturers marks on them?
    CaptMax
    Thanks brother I only saw drawing numbers on the latches but will take a closer look and let you know if I find anything. See you in a few days and make sure you have room in the van I have two or three boxes for you
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    Quote Originally Posted by mminvestments View Post
    CaptMax
    I agree with you 100% on the spades.

    Toolman
    Heck yea brother
    I will take 1 set of spades with walnut handles and 1 A6 top cover latch.
    I still have a stamped envelope with your name and address on it. Unfortunately I will not be able to go to the creek, so I will need mine shipped.
    Thank you sir.
    M.McCurry
    I will hold one set for you and let you know how I do on your creek list, I already found a sear with the help of another board member who has the BA bug lol and I look forward to helping spend as much of your money as possible I love shopping for other guys at the creek it is always fun to come home with a van full and see the look on my wife's face while I say "Don't worry honey it's not mine trust me I would never spend that much!"
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    Those sure are nice! I definitely like the butterfly trigger better than some of the cheap looking stuff that we see on the market
    FM

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    Those are beautiful. I wish I needed a set. At no one has to worry about the quality of them.

    Wally

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    Very nice job on the spades - they look great!
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    Quote Originally Posted by toolmanm203 View Post
    I will hold one set for you and let you know how I do on your creek list, I already found a sear with the help of another board member who has the BA bug lol and I look forward to helping spend as much of your money as possible I love shopping for other guys at the creek it is always fun to come home with a van full and see the look on my wife's face while I say "Don't worry honey it's not mine trust me I would never spend that much!"
    You will probably do a better job of spending my money than I would. Just give me a total when you can.
    Thanks to the other member with the BA sear I really appreciate it.


    M.McCurry
    Last edited by mminvestments; 04-03-2017 at 06:54 AM.

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