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Being somewhat of a tinkerer (and also cheap) I'm looking for a way to personalize the grips on one of my revolvers. I've looked at folks selling new grips and don't want to spend the money, but I would like to make my gun look different than everyother import replica. Do any of you pards have ideas to dress up my shooter?

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:D Yes, as a matter of fact I do. Try this link http://www.cowboyandcowgirl.com

I know these folks well, and have seen a great deal of their work. It's good without costing an arm and leg.

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Butler Ford,

That's a good idea, and I may well contact those folks. But what I had in mind was maybe a rough form of checkering I could attempt myself. I'm guessing that "back in the time" some cowboys either with an artistic streak or out of boredom took a knife to a wooden grip. I can't recollect ever seeing anything like this in photo's of orginals or museum pieces but I gotta believe that somthing simple like this was done.

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