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Discussion in 'Revolver Handguns' started by rjgnwdc, Jun 30, 2011.
Got these off ebay pretty cheap
Nice set of grips. Would be my second choice after Zebra Wood.
Very nice. They look like rosewood.
Rosewood is correct Thailand Rosewood to be specific or thats what the maker claims... they did ship from Laksi, Bangkok, Thailand
Both right then,
Cocobolo Rosewood Logs
Cocobolo Rosewood (Dalbergia Retusa) is one of the finest, and most beautifully figured woods in the world. True Rosewoods in the dalbergia family have colors as widely diverse as a rainbow. An incredibly figured wood, cocobolo is very hard with brilliant colors and amazing black stripes. Oranges, reds, browns and blacks all swirled uniquely together are a trademark of this fantastic wood. The best cocobolo comes from Nicaragua as wood from this source is harder and more colorful than Mexican cocobolo. The King Grade of Cocobolo Rosewood are hand-picked pieces chosen for amazing figure from crotches, curly, fiddleback, burls, swirls, whirls, etc.
These are Cocobolo
Cocobolo is a great choice for grips. It can be found in a variety of colors and shades.