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  1. Revolvers
    I posted previously asking for recommendations on revolver grips. There were numerous responses from forum members - three separate people suggested Culina grips. I ordered, they arrived today after a reasonable wait and I'm happy! I just wanted to put this out there for you shooters to see...
  2. Ulmus Glabra Wood

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  3. Turkish Walnut grips

    The wood is originated from West Mediterranean region of Turkey, natural waxes applied to surface.
  4. General 1911 talk
    I am partial to wood grips on a 1911. Would love to see some photos from other members here.
  5. Sold/Expired Classifieds
    Hello! Here are some cocobolo wood grips with beautiful grain. Ill get better pictures when the sun comes out they are thin grips with a ambi cut on the back. 55$ shipped! Lower 48 states brand new never used
  6. Revolvers
    For many years, I've lived with Craig Spegel grips - used some others, but preferred Spegel. I've come by a couple of extra wheel guns of late, I'm not bubbling to the top of Mr. Spegel's working list fast enough. What wood grips have you folks developed a preference for on S&W J- and K-frames...
  7. General Firearm Discussion
    After reading some articles about banned woods and specific to cocobolo wood I discovered that the grips being made with this wood are becoming a bit hard to find. Apparently Gibson and Les Paul guitar makers wound up in a big legal battle over the wood ban. Ahrends states on the web site that...
  8. General 1911 talk
    This mainly about natural wood grips, not dyed a color, but natural wood whether highly figured, checkered, smooth, stippled, etc. In your opinion does natural wood grips look the best on blue/black finished guns or on stainless/chromed finished guns? It's pretty easy matching a good looking...
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