Please keep in mind that the custom handgun grips made here are not production products in any way. They are not made and fitted to "house" guns or templates. They are made for and fitted to your gun only, which means I do need to have your handgun in my shop. Machines are used where possible for cutting and rough sanding, but most of the work is done by hand using chisels, rasps, files and sanding blocks. This is the way Roy Fishpaw taught me, and the result will be a true custom handgun grip serial numbered to your gun.
Most 2 piece grip sets such as a standard single action army grips are in the $600 range, Bisleys are about $650 and Magna style are about $700. Wrap around stocks for a Smith & Wesson will be quoted after conversation. This includes your choice of beautiful AAA wood. This may be more expensive then many other grips, however these are not made like most others.
Horn and exhibition wood carry extra costs.
One piece grip sets (where possible) are an additional $150.
I will be happy to email or text photos of wood so you can select what pleases you the most.
My standard finish for wood stocks will be a satin sheen. My thought is that beautiful wood needs a little sheen to bring out the color and grain to it's fullest. The "finish" is more in the wood than on the wood. This process can take approximately 10 to 15 various applications of sanding the finish in to the wood, and rubbings with various materials to complete.
I have tried many finish materials over the years, and one of the most pleasing finishes I have come across is a Tung Oil based product by the name of Waterlox. It is capable of a beautiful finish, and with it one can obtain a low, medium or high sheen. This is what I have used on many of my personal handguns.
A few close up photos follow that attempt to show how close a fit I aim for.