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As usual, Sarge makes awesome grips (sample included)

Discussion in '1911 Forums' started by JNKIRK1974, Oct 23, 2010.


  1. JNKIRK1974

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    I order these grips a couple of weeks ago. The picture is quite dark as I've been toying around with a new camera.

    However, I still think you can make out what the grips are like. They are sting ray grips. I love them and they provide a lot of natural grip. Not slippery in the hand at all!
    Perfect fit to the gun and best of all......I got his autograph on the backside of the grips:)

    If you are looking for custom grips, give the man your business!

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    Wanna kill these ads? We can help!
    #1 JNKIRK1974, Oct 23, 2010
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  2. GVFlyer

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    Nice. There are so many grips that I want, I'm going to have to buy another round of 1911s to go under them.
     

  3. awpk03s

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    I really like those. I would love to see and touch some before buying though.
     
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    Very nice
     
  5. Hokie1911

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    Aside from his gorgeous woods, he is now doing a lot of skins....stingray, lizard, cobra, rattler, etc...

    VERY impressive as always. :thumbsup:
     
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    dude, cant see that grips. Sarge makes some beautiful grips, I just wish he offers them in double diamond checkering.. what can I say, Im old skool
     
  7. JNKIRK1974

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    Here it is, a little brighter. Man, I have a hard time shooting chrome!

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  8. okie

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    Looks good my friend:thumbsup:
     
  9. steve1911

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    Looks good!


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  10. Sarge43

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    Nice Gold Cup! I had one that I let go years and years ago, and have always regretted it.
    I'm glad you like the grips! I hope they serve you well for years to come!
    Sarge
     
  11. MyNewGlock23

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    Looking good. Sarge is definitely top notch!!! Excellent to do business. Waiting for my grips now which should be here later this week. I only have one 1911 currently, but I may pick up a few different sets of grips for her!
     
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    Waiting on the range report.. I want to hear if they are as comfortable to shoot with as they are wicked cool lookin.. :thumbsup:
     
  13. rem2429

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    I think you need a matching holster.
     
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    Looks good.
     
  15. JNKIRK1974

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    I call it my Al Gore gun. I figured Al Gore would love to see a gun with grips made from sting ray.

    Sarge, can you make me some custom grips made from baby seals? How about Icelandic Snow Owl?
     
  16. Sarge43

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    Sure, I have a unique way of harvesting baby seal pelts - I beat them to death with the almost extinct Northern spotted owl hatchlings. This makes the pelts smooth and supple for use in grips. The Icelandic snow owl is a little tougher, so I just use a 12 gauge on those. :shocked: I think I just heard 3 or 4 liberal conservationists faint. :faint:
    I keed, I keed. :supergrin:
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