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PostPosted: Thu Apr 14, 2011 10:46 pm 
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Hello everyone, I'm a new member and just purchased a 2240 at LeBaron in Missisauga.

I would like to buy a new grip because I don't like the feel and look of the current grip. Where can I purchase a wood(or suggested material from members) grip?

Actually I dont like the look and feel of anything plastic :lol:


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PostPosted: Fri Apr 15, 2011 7:09 am 
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You won't be disappointed by his work!!!


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PostPosted: Tue Apr 19, 2011 9:28 pm 
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Absolutely true! The man does fantastic work. Have a set he made ... pure art. 8)

If a "different" style apeals to you, you can also check out Keiths grips. On this forum as "canuck"...drop him a pm. Have a set of the combat grips in zebra wood on my 2240...love em. :D

http://airgunartisans.com/AA%20Keiths%20Grips.htm

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Gippeto wrote:
Absolutely true! The man does fantastic work. Have a set he made ... pure art. 8)

If a "different" style apeals to you, you can also check out Keiths grips. On this forum as "canuck"...drop him a pm. Have a set of the combat grips in zebra wood on my 2240...love em. :D

http://airgunartisans.com/AA%20Keiths%20Grips.htm

Al


WOW...look at those rosewood grips :drool:

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 20, 2011 7:55 am 
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Is Keith a member of the CAF???


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airgunfun wrote:
Is Keith a member of the CAF???


Yes, he is a member here.

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 20, 2011 8:58 am 
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He must be a lurker...never seen him post or advertise his goods...too bad...


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Last time I talked with Keith, he was very very busy... I'm sure the only reason he doesn't post is he is afraid it will generate more orders.

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airgunfun wrote:
http://www.airgunforum.ca/forums/topic39414.html

You won't be disappointed by his work!!!


Eventhough Rick is in the US, you won't have any issues getting the grips. After all it's just a couple of pieces of wood. They are truly art work though. I bought a set of thin walnut ambi grips of them for one of my 2240's and it made it look 10 times better.


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airgunfun wrote:
http://www.airgunforum.ca/forums/topic39414.html

You won't be disappointed by his work!!!


Eventhough Rick is in the US, you won't have any issues getting the grips. After all it's just a couple of pieces of wood. They are truly art work though. I bought a set of thin walnut ambi grips of them for one of my 2240's and it made it look 10 times better.


X3. Have 4 pistols outfitted in Ricks Grips. Excellent product. 8) Ships USPS directly to your door step.

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