CW Grips

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  1. Woodnut

    Woodnut Forum Sponsor Supporting Member

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    www.cwgrips.com

    Carl Wallace
    9737 Pokai Way
    Diamondhead, MS 39525
    Ph. 228 255 0822
    Cell 228 363 0702





    I will be posting my grips here from now on, as well as other places.
    Thanks for the spot TFF
     

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  2. Woodnut

    Woodnut Forum Sponsor Supporting Member

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    A few more of my most recent stuff.
     

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    Woodnut Forum Sponsor Supporting Member

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    A few more pictures to showcase.
     

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    Latest work on a set of Desert Ironwood with inlays, customer's heart design with my badlands texture.
     

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  5. Woodnut

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    A set for a policeman that I forgot to post. The reason for what appears to be a gap at the top and bottom of the badges is because of a taper on the badges. In other words the hole had to be larger at that point than the surface of the badge so it would drop in. There was nothing I could do about it. The picture makes it stick out like a sore thumb.
     

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    Woodnut Forum Sponsor Supporting Member

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    Well I am slowly starting to work a little. Here is a pair that I had in inventory that a forum member bought just before my surgery. I finished them with the inlays yesterday. I am showing a before and after.
     

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    I have been off the forum so much lately I plumb forgot about this thread until Sam reminded me yesterday that I needed to upgrade it. So here goes. If I double post a pair of grips, just overlook it.
    First is some carving I did years ago, before computers. Pictures were made with a 35mm then scanned into the system. After the carving is a gun stock that I made from scratch out of screw bean mesquite, with some really nice checkering on it. I used a pattern out of a book. It is call flur de les and ribbons and is 22 lines per inch.
     

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  8. Woodnut

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    More Eye Candy! Enjoy!!
     

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    And More.
    This is all I have time for now. I will try and post some more soon.
     

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    I recognize that one on the bottom left in the above post (#9), a wonderful set of P238 grips!!
     
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    Beautiful work Carl, but I don't see those "Thumper" grips!
     
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    Here you go Carver. A before and after of your grips. First 2 pictures are yours.
     

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    A few more pics. These are recent.
     

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  14. Bill DeShivs

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    Carl,
    Are you doing grips for the Browning 1911-22?
     
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  15. Shooter45

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    Bill, Carl is at a gunshow for the weekend but to answer your question, yes.
    He does make those grips.

    Send him an email and let him know what you're looking for.

    [email protected]
     
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