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Old 02-24-2011, 12:07 PM   #191
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My Colt .45 1911 Punisher grips



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I dont know what kind of wood they are. Probably rosewood.

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Old 02-25-2011, 10:58 PM   #193
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I would say that's some type of rosewood. Excellent engraving too!

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Copper/Navy box elder burl

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Copper/Navy box elder burl

Those are outstanding!
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Thanks Cane! You wouldn't think copper and navy would go so well together when you hear it, but it's one of the more popular color combinations.

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Some more box elder burl




And some redwood burl

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Exhibition Grade Desert Ironwood




Box Elder Burl

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Amazing GripMaker. I'm curious, how exactly do you inject the dyes into the wood? Can you do larger chunks of wood, say like a rifle stock??
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Amazing GripMaker. I'm curious, how exactly do you inject the dyes into the wood? Can you do larger chunks of wood, say like a rifle stock??
Ooh, great idea Aus! That could be awesome.
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