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Old 04-15-2011, 06:25 AM   #261
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These ones posted here where ones made for me.



Here's a picture of them on. Makes some sweet BBQ gun grips





Mr Browns work is excellent and everybody should consider getting a set from him if you are in the market for some.

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These ones posted here where ones made for me.



Here's a picture of them on. Makes some sweet BBQ gun grips





Mr Browns work is excellent and everybody should consider getting a set from him if you are in the market for some.
100% agreed!!
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Old 04-15-2011, 03:32 PM   #263
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Wow! Those are some very nice looking grips! Not my style, but very nice looking none the less.

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Wow! Those are some very nice looking grips! Not my style, but very nice looking none the less.

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JD, did you notice that fine Colt named FENRIR adorning GripMaker's avatar box?
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