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Odds are good! I'd leave more bulk in the grip to start, but that's me. Good luck on your pistol, and keep us informed!
 

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Looks like a good topic for The Gun Builder's Bench, here on the forum. :thumb:
 

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Now you’ve gone and done it! You’ll be busy for a while.
I will be ordering up what I need once winter season hits and hunting is over.
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maybe by the time you are ready to order the dollar will be better. the cost of those parts, with the difference, was brutal.
 

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at a standstill for a bit. but I have all the parts now. probably go back at it in -30 winter.
 

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a pistol may be in that block of wood yet. some projects just take a while.
pull the trigger now and the hammer falls that is always a good feeling.
 

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I made a pistol stick out of a piece of firewood, walnut picked out of a friends wood pile. Don’t have picky if it as I traded it away
 

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