ivory on my carry gun?

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    I tend to have a vision in my head when I start out of what I want the finished product to look like. I don't have a 1911 but if I did I'd go with stag grips or VZ grips depending on if I were going with a BBQ or tactical style.

    Ivory isn't my style but it still looks cool. Don't settle for something you don't like.

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    OK, I promised earlier to post some of the scrimshaw my wife has done. Better late than never!!!! The knives where for a customer going on safari and were gifts to be presented to friends going with him. The other two are inserts I put into some woodworking projects. If I can get her to do it again then it will be time to make a set of ivories for my commander. All depends on how she's feeling these days.
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    verry nice el thats awsome

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    Beautiful work! Your wife has a true talent; our best on getting better.
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    Also look at Mastodon Tooth....
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    "...be water, my friend."

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    Thumbs up "Forgot about this thread..!" So...

    "My answer & Pics Updated (#12) today on this topic..."

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    Nice lookin' piece you got there erh!
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    Smile

    Quote Originally Posted by ELCruisr View Post
    Nice lookin' piece you got there erh!
    "Thank you Sir, for the nice compliment..!

    These "Spresser's" are from "Tusk's" sliced &
    aged since 1963 according to the accompanying "Affidavit of Origin..."

    I'm VERY happy with them; I wish the PICS had better detail...
    "Up close and personal, they are a wonder to see!"

    Thanks again,

    E!

    I'm trying to participate more again in these; my Forum's, 'cause I've
    been in a "Major" funk lately & I'm sick of bein' there!
    (In my head with the "Funk" that is...)

    Thanks for the compliment..; Really 'Made my day..!
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    Thanks for the pics erh and welcom back from the funkglad to see you posting

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