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Retmsgt,

are you sure that the grips are WOOD?

fyi, i once had a similar set on a BHP that were hand-made out of a bowling ball. = PURTY, too!

yours, sw
 

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That sure doesn't look like the burl maple I've seen.

At first glance I thought it was some sort of horn but it appears to be too smooth for that
 

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they're handmade by Larry Capitoni. Standby and I'll get his site.

got it, he hangs out on 1911org. and a few other 1911 sites. Goes by the username Cappi. Great guy, extremely talanted with wood.
here's his site, WARNING: HIGH DROOL-FACTOR ZONE!
http://diamondwood1911grips.com/

Oh, if you talk to him, tell him Dave sent ya.
 

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Retmsgt,

fyi, i just sent him an email to see if he makes/can make grips for a Sig P6.

PURTY stuff on that website!

yours, sw
 

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Retmsgt. said:
Wonder why? I'll ask him Stand.
Odds are he doesn't have a set of P225/P6 stocks to use as a pattern. Provide a sample of factory or aftermarket stocks, and I would bet his tune would change. An entire pistol would help even more.
 

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Those sure are pretty, Sarge. I'm on my way to check out his site. :bolt:
 

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Retmsgt. said:
they're handmade by Larry Capitoni. Standby and I'll get his site.

got it, he hangs out on 1911org. and a few other 1911 sites. Goes by the username Cappi. Great guy, extremely talanted with wood.
here's his site, WARNING: HIGH DROOL-FACTOR ZONE!
http://diamondwood1911grips.com/

Oh, if you talk to him, tell him Dave sent ya.
You were dead right about the drool factor! Okay, since I spent my income tax return ( and had already spent my gun allowance on a Kramer Holster - to be deivered), it's time for a yard sale!

:D
 
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