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Made some grips

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by johncolo, Apr 11, 2007.

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  1. johncolo

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    Well I got a Gaucho a few weeks ago and didnt really like the grips so I made my own. What do you guys think?
     

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    Looks sweet:) I would`t know where to start :what:
     
  3. johncolo

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    I didnt really know either I just took the old ones off and traced them then cut alittle bit bigger and worked it the way I liked it. It only took me 3 pairs to figure out what I was really doing
     
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    this is good inspiration. i'll probly whip up a set over the summer. i'm sure it'll take me atleast 3 tries to get something worth leaving on there.
     
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    what wood
     
  6. johncolo

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    Honestly Im not sure I think its pine I just used some scraps I had around the wood I had around the house from other projects
     
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    A larger photo with some detail might be nice ??
     
  8. johncolo

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    well this is about the best I can do for now
     
  9. Sniper X

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    I have a belt/disc sander and a bunch of burley maple, now I know what I need to do with them!
     
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