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Who makes nice wood stocks

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by KMKeller, Jan 8, 2003.

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  1. KMKeller

    KMKeller Member

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    I'm looking for makers of nice wood stocks for a S&W 340PD. Does anyone have any recommendations as to makers/manufacturers?
     
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    Kim Ahrends - talk to Mrs. Ahrends at (515) 532-3449, or e-mail at ahrends@wmtel.net - no website. I hae his Moradillo (hardwood from Bolivia and Columbia) and Cocobolo grips on two RB Ns, and a K. NICE NICE NICE grains and fit.
     
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    if you are REALLY ready to step up to the best...try roy fishpaw custom grips...i'm at work and don't have a number, maybe someone else can help with a contact number
     
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    Roy Fishpaws' waiting list runs around 12 months, plus or minus. His walnut starts at $200. He must have the gun for the final fitting. Is he worth all of this?.....YES!!! Deacon Deason, whom I respected mightily, called him the emperor of grip makers, and Deac was no slouch by any standard.
     
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    Try HOGUE.:)
     
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    Spegel.
     
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    In my opinion, Craig Spegel makes some of the finest handgun stocks on the market today. His "Boot Grip" works especially well with the small snubby's. He works primarily with Coco Bolo, which is a tough and attractive South American wood.
    For less than a $100, you will get a work of art.
     
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    Herrett's Shooting Star's! Had a set on a 70's model
    Colt Python; worked well, and looked good!

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    Craig Spegel. In addition to making beautiful grips he is a friend of mine. Box 387, Nehalem OR 97131; 503/368-5653.
     
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    Spegel (photo = 1,000 words)
     

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    Can you buy Spegel online? If so do you have their website,Thanks.
     
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    I don't own a set of these, but I'd like to. I think Nill grips look pretty nice.

    Nill Revolver Grips

    RJ
     
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