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    Those are in the upper echelon of fine work,
    something that is getting scarce in this black plastic era.
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    Just beautiful!
    -Richard
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    Well worth the money.
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    I need to give this guy some work. Now the question is, which gun do I send him...

    I think my 5 1/2” custom shop .45 would be good candidate for grips like these. I really like the wood choice, checkering and pattern of your grips.
    Last edited by SDRider; 06-09-2019 at 07:06 AM.
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    The beautiful wood grain showing through the very well done carving truly highlights those outstanding grips. I like the blue tints in the CCH. All makes it a very pleasing combination for your SA.
    How are the grips finished? Oil?
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    Beautiful
    What species of wood?

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    Did you have to send him you gun?

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    Hi MantleM, this is what he says he uses ----->
    Timberluxe, which is linseed oil based. My standard finish for wood stocks will be a satin sheen
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    Hi Cloverleaf, the wood is American Black Walnut!
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    Hi MARKO65, yes I did have to send it to him and this is from his web site and the reason why "
    They are not made and fitted to "house" guns or templates. They are made for and fitted to your gun only, which means I do need to have your handgun in my shop."


 
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