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    Default Re: Buffalo horn grip caps

    Quote Originally Posted by Gert Odendaal View Post
    W34P0NS, I will see what I can get , the only problem is that to me the set of horns look much, much nicer on a knife blade than hanging on a wall to collect dust ....
    Lol ok. Only want 1 set �� it does look good on the blade but I think it will look better on my wall

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    Default Re: Buffalo horn grip caps

    Let me see what I can do to accommodate your wish.

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    Thanks man

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    Default Re: Buffalo horn grip caps

    Right. So I finally got around to working on my stock. Bear in mind that I did did a most of the work myself. My gunsmith helped tweek the fore end for me. Finish on the grip could be a bit better, but I am happy with it.

    Before:

    http://imgur.com/MPQlFNa
    http://imgur.com/so2Bj5p
    http://imgur.com/D8xFhe8

    After:

    http://imgur.com/UcVeVNo
    http://imgur.com/uiKgyMT
    http://imgur.com/Cjt3MrJ
    And into the veld I go, to lose my mind and find my soul

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    Default Re: Buffalo horn grip caps

    Quote Originally Posted by MyLani View Post
    Right. So I finally got around to working on my stock. Bear in mind that I did did a most of the work myself. My gunsmith helped tweek the fore end for me. Finish on the grip could be a bit better, but I am happy with it.

    Before:

    http://imgur.com/MPQlFNa
    http://imgur.com/so2Bj5p
    http://imgur.com/D8xFhe8

    After:

    http://imgur.com/UcVeVNo
    http://imgur.com/uiKgyMT
    http://imgur.com/Cjt3MrJ
    MyLani, excellent work, it really is great to see members building/making something themselves...I like it, the buffalo Boss grip cap really gives a special appearance to your rifle stock...

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    Default Re: Buffalo horn grip caps

    Two more grip caps, one processed and one rough one..

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    Default Re: Buffalo horn grip caps

    Quote Originally Posted by MyLani View Post
    Right. So I finally got around to working on my stock. Bear in mind that I did did a most of the work myself. My gunsmith helped tweek the fore end for me. Finish on the grip could be a bit better, but I am happy with it.

    Before:

    http://imgur.com/MPQlFNa
    http://imgur.com/so2Bj5p
    http://imgur.com/D8xFhe8

    After:

    http://imgur.com/UcVeVNo
    http://imgur.com/uiKgyMT
    http://imgur.com/Cjt3MrJ
    Looks really nice, cap gives it some sophistication that I can't explain. Nicely done

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    Default Re: Buffalo horn grip caps

    Quote Originally Posted by zguy View Post
    Looks really nice, cap gives it some sophistication that I can't explain. Nicely done
    zguy, yes, it is the rough texture of the buffalo boss material..this material really buffs to an excellent shine ..

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