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do you all ready have the .357 sig barrel ? I have a brand new spare. they are great guns I shoot mine in .357 and 40 using the conversion barrel by Olympic arms.


I purchased an extra one also when I found out Olympic Arms was closing shop.

I also just recently purchased a SFS kit for my HP.


you will like the sfs it's a nice feature , the cocked and locked thing always makes me nervous I think I'm going to get one for my 9mm the forty came with it. had no idea Olympic if closing there doors glad I have a second one now


I posted a thread in Sig Forum when I received their newsletter about their closing, and is what lead me to purchase the second 357 Sig barrel.

BH Spring Solutions offered their previous and existing customers a special for a limited time, the SFS kit and a Spring Optimization package, ended up costing me $108 .

I don't think I would have paid the normally $200 for the SFS kit otherwise, but now I get to try it out.

Installed the SFS kit today, after losing the tiny coil safety spring twice last night, found it this morning. Its going to take me a while to get used to SFS, years of Condition One.

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Spoke with Ted Yost today. My 65 T series goes under his tender loving care on monday.
 
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Spoke with Ted Yost today. My 65 T series goes under his tender loving care on monday.


He is one of the best BHP guys. Sounds like pretty fast to get started on it too. I would have a 9mm barrel fitted for it, then you can shoot both.
 
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Spoke with Ted Yost today. My 65 T series goes under his tender loving care on monday.


He is one of the best BHP guys. Sounds like pretty fast to get started on it too. I would have a 9mm barrel fitted for it, then you can shoot both.


The 65T series has been at Estate Sporting Limited for about 10 months.

Fletcher custom pistold has the 1995 mkIII in 40 s&w. His will take about 8 months. It will be getting a 357 sig barrel fitted.
 
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Spoke with Ted Yost today. My 65 T series goes under his tender loving care on monday.


He is one of the best BHP guys. Sounds like pretty fast to get started on it too. I would have a 9mm barrel fitted for it, then you can shoot both.


The 65T series has been at Estate Sporting Limited for about 10 months.

Fletcher custom pistold has the 1995 mkIII in 40 s&w. His will take about 8 months. It will be getting a 357 sig barrel fitted.


Aside from the shipping fees, the waiting period would drive me absolutely bonkers......LOL
 
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Balance of the bill is on its way to Estate Sporting Limited.


I had him do his signature series pinnacle level. I am impatiently waiting.
 
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Mr. Yost sent me this image tonight. It is not the best having been sent via email, you all know his work.

 
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I love Ted Yost's guns. I had an FNHP done by him about 10 years ago. His work's just timeless.


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Tell me about it. I saw one of his guns in a gun rag years and years ago. 97/98 if i remember correctly. I have been jonesing for the same gun. This is the perfect round hammer T series to do this to. No box no paperwork. I am super excited.
 
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These are Mr Yost's pics of my finished pistol. I will post more obce it gets here.







 
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Drop dead gorgeous....truly epic.


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Very nice !

First thing I noticed and wished Browning did was relocate the serial number as Mr Yost did.


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That is where the serial has always been. Not all serials are on the frontstrap. Not all of those clean front straps are thick enough for checkering.

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Im at a loss for words...

The pic of the slide/frame fit says it all.

Please post some more pics when you get it in hand.
 
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Im at a loss for words...

The pic of the slide/frame fit says it all.

Please post some more pics when you get it in hand.


I will, it should be here tomorrow. I am giddy with excitement. It has been a very long term goal of mine that i am about to see realized.
 
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These are Mr Yost's pics of my finished pistol. I will post more obce it gets here.



Can you tell me what does something like that cost? PM if you don't want to say in public. I found the web site and I don't want to waste the guys time if it's way outside my ability to pay.


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This is his signature grade : pinnacle

Gun broker sales have a few of his bhp listed/sold at 3.5 to 4k. Most of them would not be his pinnacle level. They would be his srt package.

http://www.gunbroker.com/item/629259176

For this one think custom wilson price, plus cost of the browning hp and shipping each way.
 
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Drop dead gorgeous....truly epic.


Took the words right outta my mouth.

Stunning! I like your taste, the fire-blued appointments really send it home.


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Pffft there is all kinds of dust on that impeccably mirrored finish on the gun with a slide to frame fit that is tight enough to crush an atom. Nobody takes pride in their work anymore. Razz.

That is one damn beautiful piece of kinetic art you are getting.


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Update coming soon. The cpu decided to do a system update starting at 9pm. 45% of the way through.
 
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