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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Pàdruig, Mar 1, 2017.
Eddie Feigner, The King, was unbelievable!!
Marlin 45 Colt & 22 cal
I don't usually post my firearms but I had this one out to admire. It was a gift from an appreciative mentor. Wood grips and covers.
California Slim Jim holster for a Ruger Bearcat with a Horsewright Tapadero in camel bone.
I remember going to watch my dad play donkey basketball when I was a kid. He was athletic director of the high school and the teachers would play the Future Farmers of America club as a fundraiser. By the time I got to high school in the later 1970s, the game was no longer played. Hadn’t thought about donkey basketball for years...thanks for the memory.
This Ruger Super Blackhawk has been my companion for the last 25+ years when working in Alaska. My avatar is me in a cave on Kosciusko Island and this huge single action is under my left shoulder. She wears standard wood grips in Alaska's wet weather...these were scrimshawed by my dad.
Perfect leather tooling, perfect knife steel, perfect bone scales. Love the bearcat. I can't imagine a better setup working a ranch out west.
Good casual woods bumming combination - S&W model 63 .22 lr and a...well, you know...
Spent the last few weeks thinking about all the great bearcats and knives on here, finally brought my two 'lil ones out today for photos. Bearcat 22LR, GEC 14.
Wow what good looking grip panels... who fluted your cylinder?
@Horsewright what beautiful work!
Came from the factory with fluted cylinder, model is 0921. Ruger did an amazing job on the polished blue finish on these. Way nicer than the "standard" bearcats I've seen in the stores. Grips are elk by Sack Peterson.
And since this is a knife forum, I'll say the patina on the 14 is developing nicely.
I was wondering why this Bearcat was fluted. Or rather how I had misremembered the Bearcat. Nice.
More Bearcat love. Shipped to Co yesterday
John, what caliber?
.45 Colt of course.