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Thread: Come Into Bawanna's Famous Grip Emporium

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    Man, those are beautiful. Excellent craftsmanship. That's some talent you have there.

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    Wow, Bawanna, those are beautiful. You did a mighty fine job on those grips. I am really impressed. You got a real talent there. I could work on those for 10 years and not get that result. Nice work.
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    I have many very nice wood carved grips for a few of my guns. 3 setsfor one of them alone.

    Those grips are top notch. They are beautiful and made so nicely I can't really put into words how impressed I am. Your dad is a lucky man to have those on his weapon. Thats the kind of quality I am always lookig for.

    VERY NICELY DONE!!!!

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    Thanks Recoil Guy. Actually I am the lucky one as I inherited it from my dad. I guess it'll always be dad's gun and while it's mine for now, it will be my son's some distant day and maybe he'll call it his dad's gun too.
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    Default Awesome job, Bawanna45

    Awesome job on OL's heirloom. Great craftmanship and even more important, the heart and time you put into making such a special gun even more special. I'm proud of you...and you're hired for my MK9/K9 PPF (purchased pending funds). Here's to hoping for mounds and mounds of snow in WA so you can keep using those talents of yours. Cherish it OldLincoln (I know you will).

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    Those are gorgeous, Bawanna! Can you make me a pair like that for my PM9? Then it would be my most beautiful gun! That's all it lacks!

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    I've often thought if I could figure out a way to put nice wood grips on a Glock I'd have more money than Davy Crockett.

    Would be sweet to have a PM with wood handles. Ahh the possibilities.
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    Those are as nice looking as any grips ive seen custom made. What wood is that? Cocobola? I reread the 1st post many times to see if i missed it as they look better than Cocobola usually does.
    Odd I was never a fan of that wood, But if thats what those are i guess i better start rethinking my position. I think it may be the glossy look and high contrast in the wood colors you usually don't see in checkered Cocobola wood.

    I think you actually could make a business out of making grips to fit those mag releases as no one ive seen makes anything like those grips.

    Hopefully ill still be around and not have pissed you off for some stupid reason and hope later i can get you to checker my MK grips in a custom pattern.

    Again, Beautiful work Bawanna!

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    Wow, those are beautiful! What exceptional workmanship and attention to detail. I am totally inept at woodworking, so from my standpoint the ability to do cuts like that by hand borders on miraculous!

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnh View Post
    Wow, those are beautiful! What exceptional workmanship and attention to detail. I am totally inept at woodworking, so from my standpoint the ability to do cuts like that by hand borders on miraculous!

    John
    now u done it John H. Bawannas head was getting so swelled prior to your comment, that now he will have to live outside his trailer in the cold, until he can get someone to enlarge his door so he can get his head through it
    . My PM9 has over 34,000+ rounds through it, and runs much better than an illegal trying to get across our border


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