What's new at Sarge's Grips

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    Todays set is another Australian wood - Corrugata Burl. Almost a carmel color in this set with wild graining below, and great burl clusters toward the top. Just another run of the mill OUTSTANDING wood. The second photo is somewhat bleached out. The first one is much better for an idea of the color.
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    I made the mistake of closing this thread in my browser a week or so ago. A serious error I will not repeat! I sure missed a lot
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    Glad to hear you missed it, and also glad you're back!
    As a weekend bonus, here's a nice set of Horristes Burl for your eyes to enjoy. Australian woods are so beautiful.
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    Todays set is some great Box Elder Burl. Lot's of burl coverage and even some rays of curl figure in there. Of course, it has the unbelievable depth that BE burl always seems to have as well.
    Great wood!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarge43 View Post
    Glad to hear you missed it, and also glad you're back!
    As a weekend bonus, here's a nice set of Horristes Burl for your eyes to enjoy. Australian woods are so beautiful.
    Sarge

    Hi, Sarge:
    Thought you might like to see the grips that you posted pictures of,8/8/09, on my 1977 Colt 1911 GM. This is with the .22Conversion unit installed. It is part of the Switch cal. set that I have built up, .22LR- .45ACP- .38Auto- .38Super- .41A&E- & 9mm Luger. The Set is shown before I installed your grips on the pistol
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    Oops,
    Something didn't work. the Picture of theSwitch Set didn't make it to the post.
    I will try again.
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    That's a very nice switch set you've got there! Wow!
    I like the wood grips better than the other ones, but I'm biased.
    Thanks for the pics!
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    Todays wood is shown in a set of EMP grips - Black and White Ebony. The patterns in this wood are always gorgeous! The flat yellow cream back color and stark, sharp black veining in the "ink blot" patterns really go together and make for highly unique grips.
    Good stuff. Enjoy.
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    Unbelievable, trully looks like a Japanese painting. Very very nice indeed......

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    Those are very, very nice.
    I do love that light and dark Ebony.
    Rorschach test grips.

    They DO look like some of the old landscape Master Drawings done by artists which were pen & ink and then had transparent washes added for shading and depth.

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    Figured I'd give you another set to look at, since everyone like the first one so much. Same wood, different block.

    Other than that, todays set is in a very lightweight, but very tough wood called Baing Burl from SE Asia. Very cool, course looking graining and burl circles make this wood an eye catcher. One of those woods I didn't know existed until I stumbled across it. Makes me wonder how many others there are out there? Anxious to find out.
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    Wow. 10.5 thousand hits on this grip thread.
    You and your gun grips are garnering quite a large following Sarge.

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    I think there are a lot of people who make a point to stop by every morning and see the next featured wood. Everyone should start their day off with a little of natures beauty. Some of these woods, they may never see again. I'm glad people are enjoying it.
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    I am enjoying it. Some of those grips are spectacular.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HotGuns View Post
    I am enjoying it. Some of those grips are spectacular.
    Thanks for letting me know HotGuns. Glad you like them.
    I like your avatar, but only because it is so accurate.
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