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Old 08-27-2012, 05:34 AM   #631
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Some stags on my EDC:





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Too many posts to sort through but there are some amazing grips out there! I just bought a Colt XSE Commander and the includes grips are nice BUT...I wonder if anyone has seen rosewood grips carved with American flags? Or know of anyone that makes stuff like that?

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These are made marble

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Those are some nice grips. What did they run you?
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Those are some nice grips. What did they run you?
I actually made them myself. They're for sale
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Has anybody used the Crimson Trace laser grips for your 1911 and what do you think of them?

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Just rec'd these natural Stag/Elk grips from Sarge. I cannot express how great his work is. These turned out exactly like I wanted (grey/brown patina w/minimal bark). The fit is exceptional!!



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Sarge is at the top of the food chain.

With that said, (love ya sarge) Olympus is in his rear-view-mirror!

** mad respect ** for both of you brothers!

** shout out ** for Dave and Mel!

I have so many places to spend canebrake bucks!

Now to save up some shekels for a set of ivories!

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Sarge is at the top of the food chain.

With that said, (love ya sarge) Olympus is in his rear-view-mirror!

** mad respect ** for both of you brothers!

** shout out ** for Dave and Mel!

I have so many places to spend canebrake bucks!

Now to save up some shekels for a set of ivories!
You are quite right!!
I also own grips from Adam (Olympus). Also, excellent work.
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