What's new at Sarge's Grips

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    Oh dang! I love those grips!

    I swear I'm saving my money for a set, Sarge. LOL!

    I also noticed the wood pens on your site; I'm a sucker for a custom fountain pen. I noticed you have one in buckeye burl -- very nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nekron View Post
    Oh dang! I love those grips!

    I swear I'm saving my money for a set, Sarge. LOL!

    I also noticed the wood pens on your site; I'm a sucker for a custom fountain pen. I noticed you have one in buckeye burl -- very nice.
    I like turning pens from time to time but hardly have time to make them any more. I'm glad you like them! It's a great and practical way to show the beauty of wood.
    Thanks!
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    Today's pics are Madrone Burl and Bloodwood, both with a tactical stipple pattern. Madrone Burl has a unique "soft" watermelon color that really lets the beautiful folding curl figure and burl pattern come through. The Bloodwood is always a cool look on a black frame. I really like that combination. The stippling adds "grippiness" without snagging clothing. Probably not enough for those who require roughened bb's to be glued to their grips, but just right for many.
    Enjoy!
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    Beautiful as always.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZRT600 View Post
    Beautiful as always.
    Thank you ZRT600. Glad you are enjoying them.
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    Todays set is done in Asian Walnut. It appears to be strikingly similar to our domestic walnut in appearance, but it has that unmistakable smell that many of the woods from that area share, and it's harder. When you get your eyes right up to it, you can see graining and texture differences also. I am fortunate to have a number of pieces in this wood that exhibit great curly figure like this set. I've not worked with this wood before, so this is a treat for me. Beautiful stuff!
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    The grain in those looks three dimensional. Very nice.
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    Yes, definite "depth" there.
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    The set-o-the-day is done in Walnut burl. This whole block is cool as it has "lesser" brown mixed in with rich chocolate brown along with great burl coverage. This runs through the whole block. It is quite beautiful in the light, unfortunately, by photo skills are doing their best to kill any hint of the true look. Despite that, I hope you can enjoy them anyway. Also, I hope you all have an enjoyable Thanksgiving with friends and family!
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    Wonderful stuff Sarge.

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    Todays sets are two sets recently done in Buckeye Burl that show the difference between the solid blue/green and the mix with cream. Which do you prefer? I think I like the wildness of the cream blue mix myself, but let me know your thoughts.....
    Hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving!
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    I like the solid blue/green set, but they are both beautiful. Very nice Sarge.
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    Well, so far, the OVERWHELMING majority (100%) like the solid blue/green better. That's with about .05% of the precincts reporting.
    Good stuff though, thanks for your answer!
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    My preference is the mix. Love it.

    Can't wait to order my first 1911...and a set of your grips the day I get it. Now I just need more people to buy more ski real estate. Come on economy...wake up so I can buy some Sarge's grips!

    Sarge, thanks for posting all the pics...it will help me sell the wife.

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    Glad you like them Snowman. Good luck with the real estate!
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