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I had a friend who had one on a Government Model. It was pretty slick. One good thing was the lack of a grip safety and no hammer bite. It did make the handle too big for my hand. Also, as Cooper said, it is a solution to a problem that doesn't exist.

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got one if you want it

Had one on a National Match that I purchased from a Wyo. Highway Patrolman. The hammer sits at half cock and on the presentation when the grip is depressed the hammer is activated and fires. It is almost impossible to get a good site picture while squeezing the grip with the palm of the hand. It has a lock out on a screw that goes thru the hammer spring housing, when pushed to the outside holds the grip down to be used in a normal manner. The officer said the advantage was in using a speed rock. (a presentation from the hip with the elbow locked for very close shots). After using a Competition timer with this device and the normal method of presentation from cocked and locked the times were not significantly different. When Ross Seyfreid made the beavertail what is today, they fell out of use. You probably have pictures, so I wont post any. Don't get one.
 

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In case anyone is still interested...

I have two of the Caraville Arms Double Ace conversions left that we found while we were cleaning the store today. If any of you guys are interested, please shoot me an e-mail.

Thanks and I look forward to visiting the forum!!
 

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In case anyone is still interested...

I have two of the Caraville Arms Double Ace conversions left that we found while we were cleaning the store today. If any of you guys are interested, please shoot me an e-mail.

Thanks and I look forward to visiting the forum!!
Any chance you still have these? I would be interested in purchasing all of what you have.
 
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