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Old 05-07-2010, 06:23 PM
intrepid intrepid is offline
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+*+ Thread is not new... It is from May 2010. But it is updated often. happy reading. +*+

First a big Thank You! To Mr. Jerry Hammond! I know everyone already knows he's the man so I will not dwell on it, but Hammond you rock

Ed Brown Executive Elite, 5", Blue, naked slide, maxi-well, 10-8 rear, Novak gold bead front, serrated rear, stainless hammer, solid trigger

The only thing I am not 100% happy with is the fact that EB will not blend his mag-wells. I know it’s not a flaw... but whatever everything else is perfect! (please do not use this thread to express your opinion about Browns unwillingness to blend the magwell...)

If you have seen the thread on my TRS then you already know more pictures will be posted in the future. Thanks for stopping by!
Baer TRS | Wilson CQB Elite | Semi-custom comparo

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