I started building grips by hand after retiring in 2001 from the Dredging Business
This is a photo of the finished product after inlay work, and texturing has been done. The customer wanted his initials inlaid in the grips. I cut them out of Corian. They are smooth with the surface of the grip.
This one took a long time on the phone and drawing to get what the man had in his mind. We finally go it by email, drawings and phone calls.
You see when I am contacted I start a drawing on the wood you choose in order to show you what your product will look like. l am a graphic artist also. So I can draw the ideas.
I usually start with a phone call from you, or an email. After we decide what kind of wood you are looking for, I will search for it on line, (if I don't have it in stock), send you pictures of the wood I have found. Once this phase is complete I will then do a drawing of the design you have told me that you want. The layout can be changed at anytime during the drawing phase. When I have a drawing of what you want, it will be exactly as you want on the finished product. This way you won't have a surprise when the package is opened, it will be exactly as the drawing you approved. I have been doing this for a number of years now and have had no returns or complaints, so I guess I am doing something right.
The picture on the right is a sniper group that designed the logo for their group. He sent me a rough sketch and I did a few changes on it and this is the final product. The group was very happy with it.
So why not give me a call and tell me what kind of gun you have and I will ask a few questions, at that time we can get started on your personalized project. I would love to hear from you.