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FYI, Tony Seabolt will do more grips if you request them. Not sure how much he charges, mine were the first and they were free.
He will treat it like a new tattoo, paying special attention to what you want and keeping a good eye for detail. The paint is acrylic brushed on over a clear coat, then finished with another clear coat on top of it for seal. Underneath the grip is his signature and the date they were painted. I've been handling the pistol frequently and see no signs of wear...couldn't be more pleased, honestly.

His wishes were to make every set requested unique and individual. I'm requesting a custom camo job for my .30-06 rifle.

The grip design was based off of two things; my favorite color scheme and a unique design nobody else will ever have. The rest I entrusted upon him.
 

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Very cool!
 

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hmmmm... :thinking:

:eat: chewing on my thots here...

A new artform perhaps.

I honestly considered painting "THE BRICK" on my grips when I first got mine, but been too busy. Lemme know how the paint holds-up.

-- not to chg topic, but have you used the lazer? Like it?
 
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