10-18-2014 11:25 PM
Stunning examples Kevin the grip color variations are extraordinary.
The break down of fittings according to producer types..just adds more to being able to quickly identify the maker to grip. Without these subtleties ...Heer collecting along with the rest of the artifacts we collect..would go back to square one..when the hobby was first introduced. Research is a slow cooker..and with that..much time is needed for the best results. Day by day in the hobby more pieces come together. Great thread Gents Regards Larry
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Beautiful grips guys
Is someone has the black (funeral) grip to show ?
Kevin great daggers!
Lovely grips and an asset to this post, thx!
Ive noticed the grip differences between an Eickhorn Slant and SMF Slant grip, thats why i posted them next to eachother.
#Stingray: a Klaas black grip has not been posted yet, question is: is it a chipped of white painted black grip or a from origine a black one?
Here's my example with an artificial ivory grip. A very decent attempt to imitate genuine ivory.
I like the artifical Ivory grips, they realy look great!
Thx for adding this one Danny
Some very nice examples. Best Regards, Fred
Thought this worth a post , I picked this WKC up at the weekend, the grip does go dark and lighter on the back but this pic is from my phone and dosent show how dark it really is,
Great looking grip on that WKC type 2 Ronnie!