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WTB Dan Wesson Razorback 10mm's First run serial numbers 1-150

Looking for the red-eye grips

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#1 OFFLINE   bambihunter

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Posted Aug. 14 2014 - 03:46 AM

Everything mentioned here is all 10mm auto.

 

I have several already, #70, #111, #118, and #128 (just bought 105 and 106). I would like more of these if they are in near mint condition. I am also looking for just the black panel, "Red eye" DW grips also.

 

 

So, my highest wants are Dan Wesson Razorback 1 of  150

Dan Wesson 10mm CCO

Dan Wesson Bobtail

 

Springfield Omega Match

Springfield Linkless

 

I would still like to get another Colt National Match Gold Cup some time, preferably in a bright stainless polished finish. Also want to get a Bren Ten SFD (special Forces Dark) which is a black gun, and the SFL is the lighter colored gun. I would like either of those, and also an MP. I do NOT like the two-tone guns of any make including Bren.

 

Another gun I would like to get modified is a Para-Ordinance P16-40. I would like to have another barrel made to utilize the 10mm round but still have the unmodified original barrel to shoot .40 out of it.

 

I have cashed saved for the right guns and plenty to trade if needed


Edited by bambihunter, Jun. 16 2015 - 08:36 PM.



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My current 10mm's: Dan Wesson Razorback #70, #105, #106, #111, #118, and #128 of 150. Colt: Delta Elite Ultimate stainless, Double Eagle MKII, Gold Cup stainless, Springfield Armory/Peter Stahl Omega Match & Linkless, Star Megastar, Glock: 40, 20 & 29, S&W: 1006, 1026 Police, 1046, 1066, 1076 FBI, & 1086. AMT Backup DAO converted to 10mm.


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Posted Aug. 15 2014 - 07:07 PM

Do you load your own ammo. I have several thousand 10mm brass. All Starline some Nickel most brass. All are sized full length and polished once fired.


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#3 OFFLINE   bambihunter

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Posted Aug. 16 2014 - 01:36 PM

I don't reload yet, but I have more than half a 55 gallon drum full of 10mm spent cartridges.

 

 

Still looking for those guns listed above btw.




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Posted Jan. 11 2015 - 01:21 AM

Been a long time since I posted that above, but still looking for more of the original DW Razorback's and/or "red eye" grips. Also, CCO or CBOB might interest me too.


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Posted Nov. 06 2016 - 05:33 PM

Bump, still looking...




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Posted Jul. 10 2017 - 01:41 AM

Bump, still looking...

Hello,

I have DW grips and the serial No: 106 but I will check again because you claimed  to be you bought 106!! Any way mine is mint condition if you still interested  please let me know.. ksaatci@gmail.com




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Posted Jul. 10 2017 - 09:49 AM

Hello,

I have DW grips and the serial No: 106 but I will check again because you claimed  to be you bought 106!! Any way mine is mint condition if you still interested  please let me know.. ksaatci@gmail.com

He hasn't been online (Armory) since February.  You need to PM him.


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Posted Jul. 11 2017 - 01:55 AM

Email sent Kangal, thanks for letting him know to PM me Joel74. I appreciate it. :)




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Posted Jul. 11 2017 - 02:53 AM

I'd like to know if the low numbered Dan Wesson in 10 mm hold any intrinsic collector value,

or are numbers under 150 just important to this individual collector ?




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Posted Aug. 25 2017 - 11:59 PM

Retcop:
They are largely just my personal favorites of the 10mm's and that is even comparing it to my S&W collection of all 6 models (my avatar).

 

The first 150 were effectively hand fitted by Bob Serva (who later founded https://www.fusionfirearms.com/ ) and crew and were mostly forged parts and match barrels. They did let the customer choose from a few different customization options like FCS, trigger, sights, hammer, checkering, and the 1 of 150 numbering and a Razorback is stamped on the slide, as well as any magazines purchased at the time. Mostly, it was to see if there was enough demand to warrant going into regular production. They are priced at a slight premium over the later ones, especially once CZ bought them. I don't know of any real issues with the CZ ones. They are still in production and the overall design really hasn't changed. What drew me to the original 150 is most of them have the grips that are black with the "red eye" DW logo and to me the contrast of the red, black, and stainless is just beautiful. I would be interested in just buying those factory grips if anyone wants to change theirs out. I now have 7 of the original 150 including a consecutive serial numbered pair and also #203. Some are almost so tight they barely function until you get a hundred or two rounds down the pipe.

You can't tell me they aren't sexy. :-) The brown one at the 8 o'clock position has the regular brown grips with the goldish colored DW logo is #203. The one at the 7 o'clock position is actually a custom polished PMA-10. For some reason in this picture the black on the grips look subdued and the red DW in the middle doesn't "pop" like they do in person.
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Logo'd and numbered magazine: 100_1504_1.jpg
 


Edited by bambihunter, Aug. 26 2017 - 12:11 AM.






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