http://www.danchinnock.com/1911-ivory-grips.htm I have been waiting for the right set of these Mammoth ivory 1911 grips to appear for sale on this sight. I finally decided they "almost" had what I wanted and I contacted Dan with a question about the thickness of the grips compared to standard 1911 grips. Dan replied with a very informative email and actually apologized for being what he called "long winded" when all he was doing was giving me great details on my question. At that point I thought "what great customer service" and asked him in a reply email if he had any solid light colored grips he had not listed yet on his site. He replied that he had a new tusk he was going to start cutting in a couple of days that should produce the type of grips I wanted. We worked out the details and today he sent me pics of 2 sets of grips and asked which one I wanted. Again great customer service as he could have just sent me a set per our agreement but he took the time to ask me which I wanted and sent an email pics to help me decide, he even described them in text in the email as the pics look pretty much alike. I choose set 2. He is going to cut them for my bobtail Kobra Carry and ship them out soon. The ivory is estimated to be between 10,000 - 15,000 years old. In between all of this we exchanged a number of other emails joking and just talking about grips and such. Working in the customer service field I just wanted to share this story as this guy went well beyond what he had to do and deserves some recognition in my view. As you can guess I am pretty excited to get these mounted on my 1911 and see how they handle. Price was $238 for those interested. I also called Wilson Combat today to order some compact .38 Super mags (for a CQB Compact). Turned out they did not have any as they are re-designing them and they are not in production at this time but soon will be. The gentleman who helped me went out of his way as well to find out this info. Again great customer service. I just paid off my Wilson 1911 today and was trying to decide what 1911 to get next, Wilson Combat most likely just just helped me decide. If they go to that type of effort to help a customer with a couple of magazines worth $90 (when they are use to selling $2000 1911s) then I can only imagine they really do appreciate their customers.