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Saa Grip Change

Discussion in 'Air Pistols' started by garryt, Oct 27, 2019.

  1. Wild Bill

    Wild Bill Wild West is my thing. (co2 enthusiast)

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    I have some grips, how much do you charge mate?

    Just thought though, mine are ivory coloured so the colour will turn out different?
     
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    They can be undercoated first....

    Mike
     
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  3. Wild Bill

    Wild Bill Wild West is my thing. (co2 enthusiast)

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    Me and Garry have just had a message conversation. He will be doing a set for me soon. :up:
     
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    hi Garry I wouldn't mind joining your queue as well with a pair of black webley MkVI finished in a dark wood colour like your autos.
     
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    Just to clarify, do you mean like this one? It's a burl walnut.

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  6. CaptDAR

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    Yes that will do very nicely indeed.
     
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    I prefer the burr walnut Garry, as you know, because you done mine! the reason I don’t like the Umarex ivory grips is they look too plastic, wild bill’s look nice though, bit more authentic ivory look
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    How are yours wearing mate? - it's been a while now.
     
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    Fine Garry, as good as the day I got them buddy, they look great, and I've used it a lot since. :up:
     
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    Done mate - will post to you tomoz....

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  11. CaptDAR

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    These look ace. A lovely change. Thanks Garry.
     
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  12. Wild Bill

    Wild Bill Wild West is my thing. (co2 enthusiast)

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    Very nice work. :up::up:
     
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    Found a possible reason Kampoi are back on Facebook selling their grips, it seems PayPal have limited their account and they have seen a downturn in trade as people do not want to use Western Union to pay for items...

    Mike
     
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    and I’m one of them. I wanted two items off them, set of grips and a presentation box until they would only accept WU so I declined.
     
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    My Umarex Colt, antique finish which I have polished with flitz cleaner, gone quite deep but not enough to expose the bare metal. Added a set of chequered ivory grips from shadowfax, stayed with the original screws which are a bit shorter than the brass ones supplied by shadowfax, but I prefer the black ones personally. 9F3D821F-4B7A-447B-B856-1F7A73E213F1.jpeg CD683533-0D23-422B-A69A-0088E7BA7588.jpeg
     
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    I got some from shadowfax last week for a friend of mine, I will take some pics tomorrow of them fitted .they look really good quality.
     
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    Very nice Douglas.The left grip is most certainly a better fit than my black one.
     
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    It comes up a fraction short, exposes a little bit more of the metal at the base, but that’s being really picky.
     
  19. Wild Bill

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    That Fritz polish is expensive stuff.
     

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