My resin Ivory grips.
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    My resin Ivory grips.

    So I usually buy my grips from Buffalobrothers for my Single Actions. However after hearing about Daves Guitar parts offering Resin Ivory grip panels I had to try them myself. I'm still learning but these are the 2 pair so far. I absolutely love how they look.

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    Nice Rick. Are these the +S?
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    Very nice job on the shaping of grips. They look great.
    Same question as above post : are these the S type or standard type resin?
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    These are not the S type resin grip blanks. I decided to try out the standard ones first just in case I really messed them up learning. I still see those lines that often get mentioned in the S type grip panels, but I also may not see how much better the +S panels really look yet. Anyway, if I can fumble around and make these just think about how great looking most of you guys could do.
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    Those look great! Nice job on the fit and finish.
    I have some S+ blocks that are waiting for me to decide where they belong.
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    Awesome Skills Sergeant 1st Class...

    And that materials faux Schreger lines really add character.

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    Is is a nice alternative to the real deal. Our Lever Action Bill here on the forum did this one for me.
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    Guitar Parts resin ivory

    Someday I might have to shoot it.
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    Nice looking grips!! They do look like ivory!!
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    My question....How the heck do they make those lines into the material? They sure do look ivory like, don't they? If they mix a batch of resin up why isn't it a uniform consistency? I know, perhaps somethings should remain a secret.
    Uberti Open Top 1872 model in .45Colt with 7 1/2" barrel, Colt M1945A1, Winchester 1873 & 94.


 

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