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This is it. Bill Grover’s Texas Longhorn Arms, chambered in .44 magnum, in his tribute to Elmer Keith’s iconic #5.

I have not seen one for sale in a long time.
 
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I was going to say a Keith #5 + low + behold! I have one that I had built many years ago + is ivory stocked, gotta go original as far as you can.


Never mistake motion for action.
 
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For that kind of money.

One doesn't have to own only one.
 
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Pdog I agree with the part of only having one but that was the opening query. BTW, I only spent about 1/2 that much on mine + it is/was a custom that prints a cloverleaf offhand POI @ 50 yds. w/ a 5" bbl.


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