All wood products are available unstained or coated in BLO
(Boiled Linseed Oil) which, on most species, adds real warmth, depth and character
to the color and grain.
You can optionally topcoat these, if you want. If you plan on doing any final
sanding or finishing, order them Unstained.
Now made right here in Ohio (no more Chinese knockoffs). I'm telling you
right now, most of the Crosman sellers are getting the same junk from
China. I know, because that guy approached us all simultaneously and we
all chomped at the carrot. I sold them for a couple years and they were
garbage. It's literally an unknown species of wood (even the guy in China
couldn't explain just what wood he had) AND the fit was never correct. The
forearms especially. I have photos of the old grips buried on my site. If
you can find them, you can make the comparisons yourself.
If you've thoroughly read my site, you know I do very, very little
disparaging of my competitors. But because I used to sell that crap, too,
I feel confident in telling you that I have the better product.
Anyhow, these are natural wood with varying grain patterns. No two grips
will be the same (the milling is the same, they're the exact same shape,
but the grains and shades will vary).
Randomly found my wood grips installed on a project gun on
Reddit. Courtesy dingledangledeluxe.
Unstained Red Oak
Unstained Red Oak
Six species + aluminum.
Yeah, that's right,
Pine, no flutes, no checkering
Unstained vs Boiled Linseed Oil
Cedar, Mahogany, Zebrawood
BLO on Cherry
Video: BLO on Hickory
*BLO = Boiled Linseed Oil
**This was me screwing around with some Minwax Stain and Gloss
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Michael C -
California - May 10 2023
I just received the grips for my 1322.
All I can say is WOW! These are beautiful, and just what I was looking for.
Well worth the wait. You do really nice work. Thank you so much.
Anthony C - Colorado - May 8 2023
Hey, Nick! That looks great! That looks
perfectly workable to me! Did you try the 2nd blank 90 deg or plane it down
and go a little shallower or slower or some other solution on the interweb?
Whatever it was, looks like it turned out great! Thanks for going the extra
mile on this, I genuinely appreciate the effort!