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All grips are exotic wood or rare material, all done by hand. These are not machined and are very unique.

 

The wood grips have a fractal wood burning, also known as litchenburg burning. Are grips are traditional cut, even if a photo may not show it, they do have clean percise cuts. If you want additional pictures, just let me know.

 

Include $5 for USPS Priority Mail shipping.

 

Money order or paypal accepted.

 

Walrus Ivory Grips - High polish, made from primary dentine. Very rare, often priced for over $700, if you can find them.

 

$400

 

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Stabilized Alaskan Birch - High polish, hints of orange, brown and blue. Have to see to appreciate.

 

$100

 

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Walrus Ivory Grips - High polish, made from primary dentine with distinguishing marks and two varying dentine colors.

 

$425

 

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Hickory - Beautifully grained with a very distinct fractal burn.

 

These grips are sold

 

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Padouk wood - Very nice red color, deep fractal pattern.

 

$60

 

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Lacewood - Very distinct wood grain and pattern.

 

$60

 

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Cocobola - Music grade - Polished cocobola with nice fractal burn.

 

$70

 

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Wenge wood - One of my favorite grips, nice color and pattern with subtle fractal patterns.

 

$60

 

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Of course, the gun is not included!

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Damn brother, you made those? Do you do magwel cut panels as well?

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Do you know if the ivory would engrave with a fiber laser?

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I am lucky enough to have a set of James's Walrus Ivory grips. They are fantastic. No kidding, they are outstanding. And you cannot buy them just anywhere- walrus ivory is very restricted.

 

We also auctioned a set at our NRA dinner.

 

If it was me, I would be all over the walrus grips. Outstanding workmanship and very rare.

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Very nice James!

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All grips are exotic wood or rare material, all done by hand. These are not machined and are very unique.

 

The wood grips have a fractal wood burning, also known as litchenburg burning. Are grips are traditional cut, even if a photo may not show it, they do have clean percise cuts. If you want additional pictures, just let me know.

 

Include $5 for USPS Priority Mail shipping.

 

Money order or paypal accepted.

 

Walrus Ivory Grips - High polish, made from primary dentine. Very rare, often priced for over $700, if you can find them.

 

$400

 

DSC_0131_zps1nifblxx.jpg

 

DSC_0128_zpsdvupys1z.jpg

 

Stabilized Alaskan Birch - High polish, hints of orange, brown and blue. Have to see to appreciate.

 

$100

 

DSC_0170_zpsmnibuuyc.jpg

 

DSC_0166_zpsyttfc1cj.jpg

 

Walrus Ivory Grips - High polish, made from primary dentine with distinguishing marks and two varying dentine colors.

 

$425

 

DSC_0125_zpsxfvqgfel.jpg

 

DSC_0122_zpsdlkblgzl.jpg

 

Hickory - Beautifully grained with a very distinct fractal burn.

 

$60

 

DSC_0144_zps0zwa3x4m.jpg

 

DSC_0148_zpsbbebp9c2.jpg

 

Padouk wood - Very nice red color, deep fractal pattern.

 

$60

 

DSC_0063_zpsjfgdfdsf.jpg

 

DSC_0064_zpsfxqnikww.jpg

 

Lacewood - Very distinct wood grain and pattern.

 

$60

 

DSC_0117_zpsuwnkrufh.jpg

 

DSC_0116_zpsarut84dd.jpg

 

Cocobola - Music grade - Polished cocobola with nice fractal burn.

 

$70

 

DSC_0135_zps6v6jyd0r.jpg

 

DSC_0143_zpsoqbolqow.jpg

 

Wenge wood - One of my favorite grips, nice color and pattern with subtle fractal patterns.

 

$60

 

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Those are some beautiful grips! Good luck on a sale!

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Nice if i ever gef a 19ll i will have to get a set of grips from u

 

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Man, those walrus ivory grips are SWEET!

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Man, those walrus ivory grips are SWEET!

Yes they are. I absolutely love that first set.

You’ve done a beautiful job James.

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You should get them

Well you ARE celebrating Christmas right now.

 

Wanna buy them for me? :segrin:

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Sweet. Wished I could get a pair of the Walrus Ivory grips made for my 1975 Stainless Ruger Old Army cap and ball pistol. Not sure how easy it would be to make since it attaches with a single screw through two ferrules. I found new factory replacements on Numrich's website. I also found the grip medallions on Ebay.

 

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Well you ARE celebrating Christmas right now.

 

Wanna buy them for me? :segrin:

I wonder if he could make them out of coal?

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