What's new at Sarge's Grips

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    Thank you QKShooter. I greatly appreciate that.
    Finding the wood is half of the fun, the other half is working with it and seeing it when it's done. It's a great hobby!
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    Here is my Defender wearing her new stocks that got from Sarge43. Great grips and they fit perfectly. Thanks Sarge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stealie View Post
    Here is my Defender wearing her new stocks that got from Sarge43. Great grips and they fit perfectly. Thanks Sarge.
    Those are gorgeous. Which Burl is that? They'd look sweet on my all-blued 1911...

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    They look incredible on there Stealie. Very nice!

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    MedPig - Those are Amboyna Burl.

    Stealie - Those are great pics, thanks for posting them up!

    I hope all had a safe and fun 4th of July! See you monday.
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    Quote Originally Posted by QKShooter View Post

    MedPig.....I think that's Milton Burl. <~~~~
    QK, That's almost as bad as an actual joke from MB
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    Todays set is another EMP set, but done in Amboyna Burl. I like this wood on ANY pistol, but it looks exepcially good to me on the two tones.
    I hope everyone still has all their fingers and toes and enjoyed the 4th of July!
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    Yet another EMP set, this in exhibition grade curly maple.
    Tomorrow I start back with the government and bob grips as they are finished drying and ready for pics. I have a wood to show tomorrow that I bet most of you have not seen, at least not in the way I cut it. So, tune in tomorrow to check it out.
    Here's todays pics.
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    Okay, here we go.....
    I found a block of Macassar Ebony which is normally beautiful on it's own. I noticed through all the thoroughseal that was coating it (about 1/8" thick) some indications of some wild patterning underneath. I snagged it, took it home and melted off the thoroughseal and went to the shop for a little investigative cutting. What you see in the pics is what waited underneath. The blanks that I cut from this block have been drying for almost a year with me anxiously waiting for them to be ready to use. Well worth the wait! Just look at this stuff! Wow!
    I hope you enjoy the pics as much as I do,
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    WOW!!!
    Those are awesome.
    I have seen a lot of nice grips, but nothing to compare with those.
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    I'm glad you like them!
    I have not made grips for that weapon. Doesn't mean it can't be done though.......
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    My Lord! Those are thee most beautiful grips I've ever seen, and not for a compact frame.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rhinokrk View Post
    My Lord! Those are thee most beautiful grips I've ever seen, and not for a compact frame.
    I either need to make smaller grips, or you need to get a bigger gun.
    I do have two sets of officers almost done in the shop. One is solid camel bone that looks alot like the mastadon, and the other is Buckeye Burl.
    I'm glad you like these though. Thanks for telling me.
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    I never saw any Macassar Ebony as nice as that before. That bookmatched set is really breathtaking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarge43 View Post
    I either need to make smaller grips, or you need to get a bigger gun.
    I do have two sets of officers almost done in the shop. One is solid camel bone that looks alot like the mastodon, and the other is Buckeye Burl.
    I'm glad you like these though. Thanks for telling me.
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    I'm not sure what mastodon looks like, but I'm wanting some camel bone grips. I'll give you call tomorrow
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