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Warrior Grip

Discussion in 'Gear Talk' started by Carolinaboy, Sep 20, 2011.

  1. Carolinaboy

    Carolinaboy Aim Small Miss Small Supporting Addict

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    Sep 17, 2011
    Not Kimber Warrior

    But Warrior Grip

    I found this guys company by looking around various companies on Facebook. I'm gonna try out one of his grips next. I want to go with some Desert Tan grips. The Elephant Hide is my favorite style.

    Styles may not be for everyone but I like the looks of them. When I get the grips I'll report back. I have emailed him a few times, he is very quick on responses, so that is always a bonus for me.

    Here's his site: WarriorGrip

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Warrior-Grip-LLC/199494476760734

    Here's some pics:

    Elephant Hide (one's I'm liking)
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  2. rsxr22

    rsxr22 Member

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    Aug 17, 2011
    Not bad, stippling is taking over the world!!!!
     

  3. Carolinaboy

    Carolinaboy Aim Small Miss Small Supporting Addict

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    Sep 17, 2011
  4. Carolinaboy

    Carolinaboy Aim Small Miss Small Supporting Addict

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    Sep 17, 2011
    Light Tan, Elephant Hides Ordered!

    I have been emailing him back and forth about the aggressive grip of them. He is making a set slightly more aggressive, and I can tone it down if I need to later. Great CS so far. I've been asking him for pics of the difference between Coyote Brown and Desert Tan. He was extremely quick with emails and a great guy to talk to on the phone. Can't wait to get the grips and do a review!
     
  5. Carolinaboy

    Carolinaboy Aim Small Miss Small Supporting Addict

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    Sep 17, 2011
    Got the new grips in yesterday. Took some pictures this morning. I have to say I like them a lot. I was looking for a Light Tan grip that would resemble a Desert Tan, these did just that.

    First Impressions:
    Like rsxr22 said, stippling is really taking over. But that is not really the case in 1911s. Of course all the "plastic" guns it is. Unboxing these grips I noticed Ed, really did a great job with these. The grips are aggressive, like I wanted but not too aggressive. This gun will be a range dog, and hunting sidearm. So not concerned with having to conceal the firearm. I can tell you one thing, these would not be fun to conceal. They would tear up your clothes.

    Got them on the Gun, and I love the grip it gives me. They ride in my Blackhawk fine on my side with out grabbing my clothes or anything. I also like the slight contrast in color from the stippling, it gives the lines a darker tint. They kinda look burnt. I like it.

    Customer Service:
    Ed Driver is the main person I talked to when ordering these grips. Ed is a great guy, he took all my questions and answered them very quickly. We emailed each other quite a bit. I had a lot of questions, I wanted to get the right grips the first time. Ed answered all my questions sent me some pictures and made suggestions. I told him I loved the look of the Elephant hide, but they were some of the least aggressive of what he offered. So he did a set for me that were slightly more aggressive he did it just right. I've spoken to him on the phone and he's a great and genuine guy. Will do business again, I like to support these kinda of businesses. Customer service is nice to see now a days.

    Anyways here are some pics. I'll report back when I take it to the range

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  6. nomad

    nomad Member

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    Aug 22, 2011
    They should have called it sadistic grips, looks like most of them make you bleed.:lol:
     
  7. Bender

    Bender Supporting Addict Supporting Addict

    Aug 15, 2011
    Wow,.......should have been called "Bloodletters"
     
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