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Old 10-24-2012, 12:58 AM   #661
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That's the pair I was talking to him about!! Awesome grips. Have you tried them on the Ruger?
Nope. Theyll stay on the memorial. Theyre comfy as hell.
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Been a bit since I made any grips. Knocked out a few pair this week. Here's a couple of them.
Do you make grips with a "thin" profile? My sister is looking to replace the grips on her SIG 1911-22 for a thinner pair.

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Do you make grips with a "thin" profile? My sister is looking to replace the grips on her SIG 1911-22 for a thinner pair.

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I say yes! I can certainly do a thin grip. I'll PM you in a bit when I get home. Thanks!
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Couldn't help but share these. The dark section is hard to photograph, but it's also highly burled. Finding a piece that is almost perfectly mirrored with the two-tone coloring is EXTREMELY difficult.

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I just threw up a little in my mouth. Don't worry though, it's from lust, not disgust.

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Do you make grips with a "thin" profile? My sister is looking to replace the grips on her SIG 1911-22 for a thinner pair.

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Don't forget when you change to thin/slim grips you also need to change the bushings.
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Couldn't help but share these. The dark section is hard to photograph, but it's also highly burled. Finding a piece that is almost perfectly mirrored with the two-tone coloring is EXTREMELY difficult.

Two-Tone Honduran Rosewood Burl

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I just threw up a little in my mouth. Don't worry though, it's from lust, not disgust.
Damn! those are simply beautiful! yeah and i agree with Trip, definately lust! much lust for those fine looking grips. Olympus, you have hit another home run. no make that a grand slam!
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Couldn't help but share these. The dark section is hard to photograph, but it's also highly burled. Finding a piece that is almost perfectly mirrored with the two-tone coloring is EXTREMELY difficult.

Two-Tone Honduran Rosewood Burl
I may have humped the screen.
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I may have humped the screen.
you may have, i know i did!
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You guys are too funny!

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