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Here is a pair of laminated abalone mini revolver grips I just finished.
Your Colt/Ithaca looks to be a typical GI rebuild gun. I'm no expert on WW2 .45s, but it appears to be a nice one.
It doesn't matter if it's nickel or chrome plated. The plating is not original to the gun, nor are the grips.
You have a $600 shooter. If it had...
It's not nickeled. Bumper chromed, and any collector value is destroyed.
I doubt it started out as either of those models-but I'm unfamiliar with which model it DID start out as! Perhaps asking Gerber might shed some light.
The knife has apparently been customized.
DJinRf is FOS!
If your target is flapping in the wind, it will look like bullets are keyholing.
Good chiropractors are wonderful. Bad chiropractors are terrible. Find a good one.
Inversion tables cost about $125 on Ebay and work miracles.
Very well made guns. $250-$300.
Grips are not original.
The firing pin simply pierces them BECAUSE they are softer than brass.
If they do happen to stop the firing pin before it contacts the chamber...
Drywall anchors will not prevent dryfiring damage.
There should be a caliber marking on the gun. What does it say?
The .32s were 6 shot.
Grizzley1- are you capable of rifling single .410 barrels?