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Old 03-08-2012, 05:12 PM   #15 (permalink)
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Siberian Elm Grip Panels for 86* Phantom grip frames, .45 grips and 90* jcurt phantom frames. Made from cat's paw print Siberian Elm from Martha's Vineyard. All hand made. I will not claim they are perfect, but I am trying to get the tolerances as tight as possible. It is difficult to hand make a complex three-dimensional object that was created in a mold. They are finished with a natural plant oil/wax polish. I can leave the polish off if you would like to paint/stain them yourself.

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Still working on these. I have some that are "factory blemishes"-- some have holes through them, got too thin or natural holes and some don't mate up perfectly to the frame--that will be sold at lower prices. I am currently trying to gauge interest. There are finished panels on the intelliframe in the lower right hand corner and on the phantom on the left. I can make other grip styles if you send me the panels to copy.

Please let me know if you are interested.

Updated the original post to reflect which items have sold.
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