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Nothing Ventured, Nothing Gained

January 26th, 2012 Posted in It's all about me, Pistol Grips, work is good

As Linoge over at Walls of the City (which should have been on my blog roll a long time ago) noted, I am now venturing into making custom grips.  I actually got going in this direction because my wife has tiny hands and she was not happy with the grips on her revolver.  Me, being the kind of guy I am, looked at it and decided that it was silly that I should buy some grips that would still be too large when I can just make them myself.  So, here we are.

I am currently assembling the last of the equipment I need which will eat up about $800 (wonder if there are any venture capitalists out there wanting to throw me money….)

Anyway, once all that is taken care of and I have a proper workstation and tools I will begin production on some 1911, Hi-Power, Beretta and even a Ruger SP101 set of grips. These are what I am starting with because they are the pistols I have available.  I will probably be able to get hold of a Model 60 and do some S&W grips too,

If anyone has a special request for a set, feel free to let me know, I am always open to expanding my range of skills and I will back my work with a 100% money back guarantee.  I plan to be up and running by March and as things get closer I’ll let you know about the website, product designs and what I have available in inventory for immediate sale (I’m positive that this will include some full and compact 1911 grips as well as some Brownings).

I look forward to putting some work into your hands very soon.

2 Responses to “Nothing Ventured, Nothing Gained”

  1. Linoge Says:

    Happy to help you along… Once you get comfortable with the craft, and find a good source for desert ironwood, I might send you a few grips to see if you can clone them… :)

  2. Instinct Says:

    Now that is a challenge I really look forward to!

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