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Thought I would share some pictures of a project built originally for a very special friend. This gun features a full profile bull barrel made entirely in-house, fit using bullseye techniques all the way around. The slide requires copious amounts of work in order to support a full-profile bull barrel, which locks up tighter (but still smooth) and adds more mass. Frame, grip, controls, and barrel are all made in-house.

 

This grip is a signature series that I have been developing for quite some time now. The sides of the grip feature removable panels,  and can be replaced for larger or slimmer hands. Currently, I have four sets of replaceable panels in the works with different styles. This set will be one of one, and is DLC coated damascus.

 

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Can’t wait to see the various grip panels! Thanks for posting!

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Wow! That grip looks awesome!

Sent from my SM-G975U using Tapatalk

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How does the thinnest grip panel compare to a stock sti grip? Stock one is pretty thick already. I’ve been debating buying a reduced grip. 

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What material are you using?  How grippy is that texture?  Your guns look amazing. 

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In case anybody is wondering, we also make aggressive and tactical textures as well. Almost all of our grips are made from heat treated stainless steel. 

 

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5 hours ago, cheers623 said:

Can’t wait to see the various grip panels! Thanks for posting!

 

:cheers:

 

 

4 hours ago, 36873687 said:

There a link for them thumb safteys?

 

They are in the process of being added to our website. Heat treated ambidextrous shields feature a captive hammer pin for the weak side to keep things in place. Due to this, we eliminate the slot on the right hand side of the frame (which usually breaks through) for the arm of a cast ambi to fit into. With a machined safety and captive hammer pin, all parts are as strong as possible. 

 

 

3 hours ago, kk4364 said:

Wow! That grip looks awesome!

Sent from my SM-G975U using Tapatalk
 

 

 

 

2 hours ago, Norther said:

How does the thinnest grip panel compare to a stock sti grip? Stock one is pretty thick already. I’ve been debating buying a reduced grip. 

 

I'll get some exact measurements. BUT, I have made a less "ergo" grip for our carry builds. The hump at the rear and the overall grip is reduced heavily while still maintaining ergo feel. 

 

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1 hour ago, tha1000 said:

What material are you using?  How grippy is that texture?  Your guns look amazing. 

 

Heat treated stainless steel. The texture in the signature series grip above is similar to tactical micropockets - which was requested on this build. 

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17 minutes ago, RacerX1166 said:

All I want to know is why one would cover up Damascus.


PVD Damascus can come out beautiful. Hard to capture in a picture.

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I'll just have to trust you on that.  Just seems like throwing a hood over Christy Turlington

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Grips available as standalone items?  

What magwell is that on the above photos?

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awesome  workmanship.👍 exactly type of gun that i want.

3 rd pic. beaver tail finish can be better for this type of  gun.😉

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1 hour ago, Robertwil18 said:

Grips available as standalone items?  

What magwell is that on the above photos?


ETA of spring for the grips as standalone. We make the frames, grips, controls, recoil components, barrel, and magwell in-house.

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35 minutes ago, yigal said:

awesome  workmanship.👍 exactly type of gun that i want.

3 rd pic. beaver tail finish can be better for this type of  gun.😉

Thank you, always looking for feedback to improve.

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Id certainly be interested in a magwell also, if they're available as standalone items.  

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