What are your favorite grips?

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moparclan

Single-Sixer
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Love the two tone Python grips. Truly one of a kind.
Cary Chapman had some awesome two tone examples on his site. I was foolish enough to take too long deciding on a purchase. Gone to someone else šŸ˜ž I am sometimes smart. Sometimes not.
The two tone were from Altamont, ordered the walnut and this was the result. The fit was perfect and I really like the two tone look. The old Lett micarta grips were also a good looking grip, much better that the plastic ones seen now days.
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cpaspr

Bearcat
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I'd had a piece of birds-eye maple for about 40 years. Sometimes I'd forget where I put it, but it always turned back up. Found it again about six years ago, and decided to make replacement grips for my .45 Blackhawk Convertible. The problem was, I'd never done anything like this, and I thought it was only big enough for one attempt. So, first I did a proof of concept out of oak for my S&W Model 66. I think they came out pretty good for a first attempt.
 

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