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SAA "ivory" grips, one piece

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Can someone point me to a source for decent bone/ivory impregnated one-piece grips for third generation Colts? I'd rather not have to send the pistols off as I can do final fitting myself. Twenty years ago, it seemed like I could find ivory micarta grips everywhere, and now I can't find them anywhere. Any advice deeply appreciated.

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Try Eagle Grips, their Ultra-Ivory looks pretty good. I don't know if they have one piece grips though.

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Patrick Grashorn makes terrific grips from elk antlers.  He can leave them rough (with bark) or smooth as bone or ivory.

 

Check him out:

 

http://grashornsgunworks.com

 

 

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Try Grip Maker out of Missouri . 

Have a couple of pair, happy with them.

There was a post on here a couple of months on how to make your own.

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I ordered some imitation ivory made from canvas micarta polymer from macecraftsupply.com.  A piece 8”x10”x1/2” was enough for 4 sets of one piece grips.  They are closed until May 24 because of the COVID19 according to the website.  The material cost about $60.  This is raw material, not semi-finished grips.

 

Here is a picture of them on a pair of 125th anniversary Colt Commoratives.

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Go to Joe Perkins website classic single action.  Has one piece pre-ban ivory.  Excellent work!!!!

 

 

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