WTB: Wood Grip panels for Hawes Montana Marshall .22

HHB Guns

New Member
Keep that gun protected and remember if you sell it you can never get another one cause its a prohibited one in SC. That also means that it cant ever go in to a gunsmith in SC if it breaks. If SLED sees it in our A&D logs its $10,000 and 5 years in prison. I had to return that exact model about a month ago to its owner out west when he shipped it to me for transfer.
 

Dave29461

Active Member
Check Bob's Gun parts.

http://www.gun-parts.com/grips1/

HAWES Great Western Sauer

Hy Hunter Grips



Sorry no Large Frame Hawes

grips at this time.



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NEW

Fit only Great Western Large SA

Black Stag style Plastic..........$25



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Hawes Small Frame Grips

Buffalo- HS-21, Herters

#5 Black Plastic.......................$25

#6 Plastic Stag Grips..............Out

#7 White Pearl........................Out

#8 Great Stag Wood Base.....Out

#9 Dark Walnut......................$30

#10 Walnut with Buffalo Emb $35

#11 Light Color Walnut..........$50

Screw included with wood Grips

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HAWES DERRINGER GRIPS;

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Even the old plastic grips are not available for the Hawes Derringers.

Now we have Custom Cast Metal

grips that don't break, Peel or crack!

The grips are Custom cast for us. You

MUST use your old grip brace and grip screws.

Brass Grips with Checkering........$50

Smooth Aluminum light weight......
 

Schultz

New Member
HHB Guns said:
Keep that gun protected and remember if you sell it you can never get another one cause its a prohibited one in SC. That also means that it cant ever go in to a gunsmith in SC if it breaks. If SLED sees it in our A&D logs its $10,000 and 5 years in prison. I had to return that exact model about a month ago to its owner out west when he shipped it to me for transfer.
Henry do you know anything about why they are prohibited? It's kinda odd since it's a six shooter. If I remember right they were made by JP Sauer and Sohn who was the predecessor to Sig Sauer so it's got some age on it for a C&R I'm assuming?
 

HHB Guns

New Member
Yes. Its because its a handgun with a melting temp less than 800 degrees. I say the same thing seeing its a cowboy gun but sled dont care. Another one still made today is prohibitted is the Heritage rough rider in .22. You can buy it in steel and case hardened and its ok.
 
Thanks for the replies. It is not my gun. I am just trying to locate some parts for a friend.
It is legal to own this gun, right?

Thanks,
RG
 
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