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#591511 02/05/21 11:02 PM
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Anyone here have one they might consider parting with? Or know who's got one?

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Are you referring to a hammergun? ...Geo

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nope hammerless backaction

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Have you talked to Toby Barclay? He is the Blanch guy.


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Last time I was there Safari Outfitters had a beautiful Blanch back action hammerless.


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There’s two listed on GI (Guns Int’l) right now. One with grapevine and the other with bold ancanthus house styles of engraving. Choice of either Damascus or fluid steel. Pony up and pick the one you want.

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Yes I've talked to Toby a long time while he was refurbishing this one. The problem with both of these guns is I'm a lefty and both have castoff of 1/4 " Too far for either to be bent for me. Hoping someone has one with a neutral cast. Both of these are fine guns.

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1/4” bend either way to neutral is not that tough. Buy the gun...send it to Dennis Earle Smith and have it bent. Not a big deal. If you’re looking for a Blanch SLE with a lot cast on or even one that’s factory neutral, I think you’re going to be in for a long search. I’ve had SLE’s bent from 1/4” cast off to 1/4” cast on. Never had an issue.

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