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Thailand Grips

Discussion in 'Shooting Gear and Storage' started by LubeckTech, Oct 10, 2009.

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  1. LubeckTech

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    Has anyone had experience with the grips offered by companies like Grand Blue or Dajim that sell grips carved from Thai rosewood?
     
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    Not yet, but I will eventually. I did the Ebay thing on some for a Python a couple of days ago. :scrutiny:
     
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    Let me know how you like them.
     
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    http://www.thehighroad.org/showthread.php?t=473944

    BTW turns out they're sandalwood, not zebrawood as I stated. I'd deal with this seller again with confidence.

    The rosewood ones for the Browning/Colt 25 look nice. The checkering could be better around the edges but it doesn't look particularly sloppy. See pics.
     
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    Picked up the "Dajim" grips from the PO today. That was a pain to have to go into town...maybe the USPS doesn't do Rural Delivery from Thailand. :scrutiny:

    The grips I got are from Ebay and for a Colt Python...finger grooves, open back strap, no checkering. The fit is acceptable for sure but not 100% perfect. Good for the money.

    I won't keep them though and will attempt to sell them for what I have in them. They feel fine in my hand but I like the more traditional look on a Python...decided that much quickly.

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