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New home made pistol grips

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Pavarotti, May 23, 2015.

  1. Pavarotti

    Pavarotti Engaging Member

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    New Pistol Grip.
    I had a left handed pistol that I purchased so I found a setof right hand grips on the forum. Unfortunately the thing just didn’t feelright.
    Now I’m no woodworker but I decided to make a home- madegrip for my gun. Years ago (well decades actually) I made a grip for a1377 Crosman. It was made of Papier mache.
    I tried a less messy approach using foam filler but this wasnowhere near rigid enough. I tried a plastic mouldable material but this toohad its limitations for what I wanted so I went back to the paper mache grip.
    I made a mix using newspaper, water and PVA glue. The structure is also reinforced with wire(paper clips) and strips of paper. For various technical reasons I also fitteda plastic sheath over the hilt before I applied the papier mache.
    It took some time but eventually I had a reasonable gripwhich was allowed to dry. I then coveredit with car body filler and a material called milliput. This was then sanded down and when smoothenough I painted it with a silver spray. The result looks like piece of solid aluminium.
    It looks big and bulky but it suits me. I may paint ordesign the grip further.
    Whether it has improved my shooting is debatable but I findshooting it at my club a lot more comfortable which is what it’s all about.
    I have written a detailed account of how I went about it with a lot more pictures and detailed description butas it’s about 3 pages long I will not include it here. If, however, somebodywould like to try it please feel free to PM me.
    The picture indicate some of the initial stages and the finished (or nearly finished) grip
  2. Johnc61

    Johnc61 Donator

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    Fareham, Hampshire
    Like this. Does make me wonder what other materials could be used. Many assume it has got to be wood but to get a real glove like fit, mouldable material is better. Inspired me to consider this on my FWB65. Nice one, thanks.

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