Building and customizing your 1911 grips
The reason for this new thread is that my other thread (How to customize your 1911 grips) was getting so long that a lot of people don't want to read over 190 posts. This way maybe some others will join in and follow for a while.
Some of the pictures will be a repeat of the ones already posted in the other thread.
Again the purpose of this thread is to offer my help to anyone that is interested in building there own 1911 grips, or to customize the ones that you already have. I am willing to help you anyway I can. I will walk you through all the steps, tell you what tools to use and tutor you in any way I can. All you have to do is call or email me and the work shall begin.
Below are some of the latest grips that have come off of my bench. All my work is hand done and no automated equipment is used. Each pair I make is signed and dated on the inside of the grip panel.
I sincerely hope that I can help you with this project. I don't keep secrets, I will tell you the exact way I make my grips.
Description of grips below. Top is Lace wood, next KOA, next English Walnut, and the next is Olive Wood. All very beautiful woods.