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Post by Dtdk on Wed Jan 29, 2020 11:01 am

Just curious how you like the 3D printed grips, and what kind of turn around time are you looking at for them?

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Post by james r chapman on Wed Jan 29, 2020 11:14 am

Not as nice as a $300 Nils or Rink,
But serves its purpose.
He can store your grip data and make additional grips or modifications for reasonable cost.

2 weeks or so

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Post by Dockokol on Wed Jan 29, 2020 12:01 pm

I am a fan.  I have one for my .22 and one for my .45.  Andrew is very easy to work with, and recently replaced a grip that other firms would have charged me for.   The price is right and the service after the sale is great.

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Post by davidbullseye on Wed Jan 29, 2020 12:40 pm

I agree with the above comment.  Andrew, knows his trade, his customer service is extraordinary.  He really cares about target shooting and supporting the industry.  

I have two of his grips and would be happy to order again. 

David

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Post by dronning on Wed Jan 29, 2020 1:35 pm

+1, I had Andrew do a 1911 style grip for my 6" Pardini Bullseye addition.  The 1st grip was a exact match to my 45 grip.  I've always wanted to try a 1911 style grip that was slightly thicker in some dimensions.  We discussed exactly where I wanted the extra material and it was perfect.  It was very comfortable and I enjoyed shooting with it but I went back to the original 1911 grip because I shot it better.
Great service!
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Post by Guest on Fri Jan 31, 2020 8:49 am

Andrew made me an M1911 arched mainspring housing grip for my older Gamo Compact air pistol (same as the new V10).  It had a slightly different frame and I met Andrew at the Camp Perry Open where he adjusted grip innards so it fit perfectly and will now fit both my older frame and the new V10s.  He is very pleasant and I got to watch the 3d maker in action.  Great product and easy to deal with, I will be ordering one for my older 717.

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Post by -TT- on Sat Feb 01, 2020 11:33 am

davidbullseye wrote:Andrew, knows his trade, his customer service is extraordinary.

Extraordinary service is an understatement.

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Post by LenV on Sat Feb 01, 2020 2:44 pm

I only use these grips when I'm shooting on OSU campus. They were worth every penny I paid for them just for the glares they get.  Very Happy 

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Post by Bren on Wed Feb 05, 2020 8:18 pm

I put some on my Marvel .22, ordered at Camp Perry last year.  Well worth the price and they seem like good people to deal with.
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Post by Gustavo1957 on Wed Feb 05, 2020 9:33 pm

Andrew's grips were very helpful for me when I needed to switch to left hand shooting after major surgery on my right dominant hand. The support they gave my weak hand was enough to keep me shooting and improve somewhat. It was a struggle to "train"my brain to think left handed with needed trigger control. 

 Well worth the price and Andrew's service for his grips..

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Post by jwax on Thu May 14, 2020 6:10 pm

Has anyone had to grind-to-fit? I'm having trouble because Andrews grips were a little too large for my hand, so I thought some grinding was needed. Too bad I found a void in the grip!
Still waiting to hear back from him after several emails.

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Post by dronning on Thu May 14, 2020 7:25 pm

jwax wrote:Has anyone had to grind-to-fit? I'm having trouble because Andrews grips were a little too large for my hand, so I thought some grinding was needed. Too bad I found a void in the grip!
Still waiting to hear back from him after several emails.

Do what most people do with their wood grips when they take too much off - fill it with bondo or JB weld.
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Post by WesG on Thu May 14, 2020 8:55 pm

He should be able to print them solid if you want. Takes longer, uses more material, would probably cost more. And weigh a bit more as well.

I had him make a LH set for my Hammerli free pistol. A bit different shape than I was expecting, but they fit my hand really well from dimensions I sent him. Same goes for the offset I spec'd for cross dominant eyesight. It was dead on.

They didn't fit the gun though. Apparently there are different frames on these. He asked for them back, along with my originals, to correct it. I left them laying around for way too long, and rather than bug him 6 months later I figured out where to carve and fill to make them work.

I broke into the internal webbing, or whatever they call it (I should know, I've done a bit of it years ago), but it filled nice with Devcon and they're solid on the gun.

Unfortunately, since getting these I've found I get a much better sight picture using my left eye with a patch of scotch tape on the right lens. It's the distortion from looking out the corner of my progressives. So at some point I'll need another one without the offset. Or set up a set of Champions, which have other issues.

I also added some wood on the bottom so when I'm resting it on the bench it doesn't feel like it wants to fall over to the right. That was making me subconsciously maintain a grip on it and I could feel my hand getting tired faster. Something like that should be easy to add as well.

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Post by hammerli on Sat May 16, 2020 3:17 am

Service is great but I found his grips not upto the mark of Rink and Nill grips. To clarify I ordered a set for ISSF Std Pistol and the ones for a Hammerli 208 were no where close to match grips

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