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Old 04-23-2012, 03:52 PM
JAS JAS is offline
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New Sarge Grips for my P238 SAS

These were in the mailbox today. Got them from Ryan (Sarge) at the Finer Grain. They are Desert Ironwood Burl ! The wood is prismatic so the color changes depending on the light - from a light reddish color to bright yellow veins. Perfect fit as well.

Ryan was super quick - the grips were here in over the weekend. Thanks Ryan!



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Old 04-24-2012, 11:55 PM
Shad Roe Shad Roe is offline
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Those are beautiful!

Sarge has an eye for beautiful wood and the skills to make them into excellent grips.
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Old 04-26-2012, 11:39 AM
Runt7680 Runt7680 is offline
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They are very nice.
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Old 04-26-2012, 11:42 AM
Southlake Southlake is offline
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Yet another piece of art from the Picaso of the pistola.
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Old 04-26-2012, 12:43 PM
DevilDave1911 DevilDave1911 is offline
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I'm in the market for one of those pocket pistolas.....tell us how it shoots and feels. grips look great...then again, its sarge!!!
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Old 04-27-2012, 08:43 AM
JAS JAS is offline
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Originally Posted by DevilDave1911 View Post
I'm in the market for one of those pocket pistolas.....tell us how it shoots and feels. grips look great...then again, its sarge!!!
Thanks! Sarge makes a super product in terms of fit and finish, to say nothing about the gorgeous wood. It takes an artist's eye to know how to cut burl wood so that it looks the best on grips.

As to how it shoots, here's an pic after my range trip on Wednesday, which also shows the prismatic glows in the wood:

This was 40 rounds, all rapid fire at 7-yards. It loves Speer ammo. The gun is smaller than my open hand so all the rounds except two went into an area no bigger than my hand. Pretty decent for a pocket pistol at 21-feet.

In 800+ rounds I've only had two malfunctions. Both came after I had shot 100+ rounds through the pistol. I did not know the why of the first one until the second one happened. It now seems that both rounds were slightly out of spec (diameter to large) so that with a dirty gun the rounds did not go all the way into the chamber, leaving the gun slightly out of battery. The second malfunction confirmed this because it was extremely tight in the chamber and I had a really hard time extracting it.

The gun is a joy to shoot! No recoil to speak of and great fit in the hand with the extended magazine. This is an SAS Sig custom shop model and it took me a month to find it. Bill at Rocky Top Tactical found it for me (the same day by the way). He is a great guy, an ex-marine, and I would recommend him for finding these guns.



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Old 04-10-2013, 09:03 AM
bglutting0001 bglutting0001 is offline
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Would you want to sell your factory SAS grips??
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