Re: How to customize your 1911 grips
You’re mentally sound and most of us understand what you are speaking of. I’ve found that the wood I cut is of course, one color on the outside, but when you open it up, bingo, a whole new palette of color hues is found. After exposure to surround air, the colors react and for awhile, from one day to the next, what was there yesterday has been replaced with something new. Wood never dies, now who is nuts?
Last edited by hotsights; 02-05-2010 at 12:03 AM..