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    Let's see some grips!!!

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    Do they have to be 1911 grips?

    How about some revolver grips?







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    Nice!!!!!
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    Hi Power and CZ 82 with grips by Dennis Marschalko. Exceptional quality for a very resonable price. Many exotic wood options.
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    Bulgarian Makarov with grips also by Dennis


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    POGO........your guns and photos are always a real treat, great studio quality shots, very nice indeed.
    Last edited by pirate; March 3rd, 2009 at 10:26 PM.
    When I leave the home port:
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    You know I've always been a fan of carbon fiber grips, can we see a few of those?
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    I like the second one from Az Husker.

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    Hakan Pek Custom Grips!

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    My Favorite 1911 Grips

    Bark Elephant Ivory Grips.

    Actually much rarer than interior plain "Ivory Colored Ivory" for the following reasons.
    For every 10 tusks usually only one or two in 10 will have a decent looking exterior bark.
    Scarcer still is an EXCEPTIONAL looking tusk exterior.
    Fewer tusks still will have beautiful "Shakes" and a nice, rich, creamy variegated patina.
    And...finally there is much more "inside" ivory than "outside" ivory.

    The random pattern black lines are called "Shake Lines" and they are highly prized and are not considered to be defective cracks.

    The "trick" when making 1911 grips from "bark ivory" is to preserve as much or the original beautiful bark as possible and to leave that untouched & in its natural state as it was on the elephant.
    You really need to work (as much as possible) with the natural curve of the tusk or you can easily lose all of the shake lines and the patina.


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    Great pics. Those grips look amazing. Almost makes me want to run out and buy a 1911.

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    Some nice stocks so far... But I have to admit, those Ivory stocks of QKShooter's I really admire the most!

    Beautiful beyond words!
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    Thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by pirate View Post
    POGO........your guns and photos are always a real treat, great studio quality shots, very nice indeed.
    I appreciate the compliment, sir.
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