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Old 05-13-2013, 12:59 AM   #11
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Here is my first attempt at refinishing a stock.

I think it came out pretty nice, wasn't a fan of the red finish.
Now you guys really got me going!! I started sanding my stock today...gotta pull out the dents during the week...
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Colt made those grips in Hartford, CT.

That's a Colt Woodsman Bullseye Match Target with Elephant Ear grips.

Here is another one.

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Well here are the aforementioned bad quality pics.
Good work, looks great.
my first job was gorilla gluing a Houge sleeve grip for a glock on my Springfield XD. Cut out the grip safety with a kitchen knife!!
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Good work, looks great.
my first job was gorilla gluing a Houge sleeve grip for a glock on my Springfield XD. Cut out the grip safety with a kitchen knife!!
If it works and looks okay no reason to not like it.
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Nice. Did you make them? What kind of wood is that? I have been wanting to try my hand at checkering for awhile but have yet to get the tools needed.
The tools are actually pretty cheap if you do it by hand.

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Yup. They are cheap. But I am cheaper.
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