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Old 06-01-2012, 10:38 PM   #1
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I got tired of wanting cool grips for my firestorm and not being able to find any so I tried my hand at making some. I have no wood working experience by any means but I had to give it a try. Now that I finished one set I got the bug to try to make a set for my p89. If any one has done this I would love to see pics.

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Old 06-01-2012, 10:57 PM   #2
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Most grip makers started out making their own.

What you have there looks good.



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Love them.. You should ebay some customs :-)

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Looks nice good job.

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not too bad at all and it will only get better with practice. i feel ya with the firestorms i had the same gun at least it looked alot like that one a 1911 clone. i also used that gun to experiment with as i polished the upper it turned out pretty good i sold the gun for 150 more than i got it for. the pic is pretty rough but it got alot better the more time i took the mothers mag wheel polish to it lol.



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