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Do Kirinite, Acrylic and other fancy resins comply with the Simulated materials clause under stocks and grips?

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Here's an example i'm thinking about picking up for when I make my Remmie a birds head

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I’m experimenting with dyed, fractal burned tamarind for gun grips. Here is a box lid lift that I just finished.

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I like that!

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Yes, legal. 
I don’t care for the non-natural looking ones tho. If I were in charge, a plastic or resin grip would have to look like either the black gutta percha or similar materials as used on old handguns. Or wood, or ivory. But not multi-colored swirled together. But it ain’t gonna ruin my day if you have them! 

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I'll probably keep the wood ones and switch them out depending on what I'm doing with it at the time.

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