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1911 Grips... Recommendation

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by ldyates, Jan 16, 2010.

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  1. ldyates

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    Just a quick post to give some recognition to Ryan at Sarge's Grips. Great work and an easy purchase. Give him a shot if you are in the market for custom grips.

    These are the Red Palm wood on a Colt Defender

    http://shop.thefinergrain.com/

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  2. Sediment

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    Very nice grips. Here's another grip manufacturer I found some time ago. Very beautiful examples to fit just about any taste in wood and design.

    http://www.esmeralda.cc/

    Just one example: Amboyna Burl,1911 Full size, smooth finish, no ambi-safety, $139
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    Kind of suspect that Esmeralda(here vacation picture on the About page is something to behold) could have me doing things I don't want to do even if she had no grip making talent. Her prices aren't terribly ugly either. Not partial to the two tone woods though. The ivory wood, whatever that is, has potential. Far better looking than the polymer ivory grips.
     
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    Same website few of my favorites:
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  6. SiRed91

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    I LOVE custom wood grips and 1911's

    *Droools*
     
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