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wood laser-grip?

Discussion in 'Shooting Gear and Storage' started by pendentive, Nov 14, 2006.

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  1. pendentive

    pendentive Member

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    Does anybody make a laser-grip that is wood?

    Just curious...
     
  2. Ricebrnr

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    I am only aware of 1 manufacturer of laser grips and they do make a wood-looking grip. Go to the crimson Trace website. Its right on the homepage.


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    not wood but looks kinda like
     
  3. TwistedPear

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    Hi, I work at Crimson Trace, and just wanted to mention that picture is of one of our development iterations and the final product is slighly less glossy than shown. It's a nice improvement. Our 2007 catalog will be done in time for SHOT 2007 and will have updated pics.

    The best way I can relate it in words is that the release version looks less like plastic (no shine on the diode housing for instance) and a lot closer to wood. These lasergrips are made of our sturdy hard polymer material with the black activation segment being a durable rubber overmold to give it extra grip without snagging on clothing like some all-rubber grips.

    We've had great customer response from the Burlwood design, but I always recommend you check them out for yourself by finding a dealer near you, calling them to see if they have stock, and getting your hands on a set to form your own opinion.

    Let me know if you have any questions or have trouble finding a set in your area.
     
  4. pendentive

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    thanks for the reply!


    is there anything wrong with making it out of wood? Or just that Crimson is already set up for molding...
     
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