The metalwork on this project was detailed here: http://vicknairgunsmithing.blogspot.com/2015/12/extensive-remodeling-of-fox.html It was also detailed in the July/August 2016 issue of Shooting Sportsman. https://shootingsportsman.com/granite-state-gun/
The owner is a proud New Hampshire native and wanted the "Old Man of the Mountain", a New Hampshire landmark, engraved on the bottom of the frame. After some thought and discussion, we decided to incorporate as many state-specific features as possible into the gun. These will be noted with the photos.
The Old Man of the Mountain
Purple Lilacs (state flower) on the screw heads and triggerguard bow
"Granite" texturing in place of checkering (inspired by Cannon Mountain)
The state seal and the outline of the state, the "ivory" dot is the capitol.
Heel and toe plates of Paper/White Birch (the state tree)
Ladybug front bead of faux ivory (the state insect)
The glamour shots
Some photos from the owner