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06-11-2019, 12:25 PM

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Originally Posted by jtaylor996 View Post
That makes sense. The butt cap on mine is micarta (much less likely to crack), which is why it's still a little yellow after the refinish. I don't know if Judd used ivory where it could possibly crack, like buttcaps, ferrules, and joints.
Judd used ivory for ferrules, butt caps and joints for sure .
I believe he preferred 3/8 10 for ivory joints.


  
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