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Inside PA-63 grips

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Here are the pics of the inside shaping done to fit the grips on the PA-63, Not laquered in the pic and without the final sanding to smooth.



Cannot leave the backside flat, has to have a saftey and mag release cutout and inside parts cutout and the center to lock it into the frame along with the screw hole.
 

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WOW you did a really nice job on those. I did not realize the amount of detail needed to get them to fit and still operate.
 
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:flag:Great job, Mike. You look like you know your stuff. I'm impressed.:clap:
I do woodworking. First time doing grips. I need to wet them so you can see more detail though. The Walnut cost me under $4.00 and about 10 hours of work sitting in front of the TV. Most of the material was taken and shaped with a Dremel. Then by hand. I didn't want to laquer the inside surface. But I may.