1911 PISTOL GRIPS DRAGON ANNIVERSARY SERIES REPLICATED IVORY
To celebrate our 15 years in the industry, and to bring back an old design we are especially proud of, we are debuting this today! This design was something that we originally did way back in the early 2000’s… that helped us to break the mold in a (then) stagnant industry.
Each set was made right here in Davison Michigan, 3D designed/prototyped by Kade Strange and crafted by Lee Hagedorn. Each grip set is based on our exotic lines of replicated materials: Ivory, Jade and Buffalo. Each Dragon is inlaid permanently in a way that allows the grips to be fully capable of being used daily, yet looking like a display piece!
The Ivory Dragon Series all show a similar coloration and pattern. Each set is similar enough that the photo below is a good representation of what you will receive. This material is not brittle or subject to cracking or chipping like harder materials, or real ivory. This material, replicated IVORY, replicates a light cream ivory. Grips are pictured with our exclusive Blue AND Red Opal gemstone grip screws, available if you follow this link:1911 Custom grip screws
Artist series grips are created by a member of our staff, Lee Hagedorn. Lee has an extensive background in the art world as well as in the gun world, bringing a unique vision to his craft. Lee creates each set one at a time, at a level of quality and art that a factory just cannot match.
Fitment: 1911 Fullsize standard frame w/ ambi safety fitment (fits non ambi as well). Pictured on Colt Series 80 Government model and Dan Wesson Valor stainless Commander. Each set is very similar, this photo is a good representation of what you will receive. Our 1911 sets are made to fit a wide variety of 1911 fullsize handguns from all the manufacturers. We show the grips mounted to actual guns, with our custom screws so you can visualize how the finished package will look on your favorite 1911 pistol. Not sure what you need? Confused by all the terms and different makers model names? Please click here for our blog on identifying what grips your 1911 takes! What grip does my 1911 take?