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The Hakanator strikes again

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by SnWnMe, Jan 21, 2005.

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  1. SnWnMe

    SnWnMe Member

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    Ironwood half and halfs on my Kimby

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    Hakan really brought out the beauty of the scales I sent him. Thanks Mr. Pek!
     
  2. Lt. G

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    Beautiful, Hakan is the best!!!!
     
  3. Sven

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    Hakan Grips

    I have 3 sets of Hakans, 2 on my Kimber Compacts and 1 on my CZ75 Compact.

    He does outstanding work.

    Stormspotter
     
  5. mbs357

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    Ohhh, I'm glad you linked me to this site. Lost it in a format a few weeks ago...a long with about 3,000 other bookmarks.
    Most of the most beautiful pistols I've ever seen I've seen on this site.
    I plan on getting one a set of these grips for my soon to be Browning HP and CZ-75.
     
  6. BamBam-31

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    I've got a pair of Flame Birch grips in the mail for my CZ P-01. Hakan already emailed me a pic so I can start drooling. Y'all prolly know this already, but Hakan is a GREAT guy to deal with. About as friendly and professional as his grips are beautiful. :)
     
  7. Hakan

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    Thanks!

    Great pictures sir...thanks for posting them :)

    I really appreciate the fine comments of everyone...Thanks :)


    Regards,


    Hakan.
     
  8. Clean97GTI

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    Those are lovely!

    Hakan, would it be bad form to ask how much a set of plain olivewood grips would cost for a CZ75B?
     
  9. Hakan

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    Hi Clean,

    Glad you like them :) Unfortunatelly, I'm out of Olivewood and I'm still searching for some. If you are interested in light colored woods...would you consider another wood type? I got some nice Zebrawood in stock .)

    E mail me please.

    Regards,

    Hakan.


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