I have used Eagle Grips
on my handguns for many years. Whether bought from dealers
at gun shows or ordered direct from Eagle, I have always been
pleased with the quality of materials and the fit of the grips
to the weapon. My favorites are the Stag
and American Elk materials, but
Eagle’s exotic woods are also very nice. I have also purchased
horn grips from Eagle, and several sets of their polymer ivory
grips for single-action revolvers. Their Secret Service grips
are some of my favorites for double-action revolvers, with the
Eagle Gunfighter being my favorite style for my single-actions.
Recently, while speaking with Raj at Eagle,
he told me of some new grip material that he had discovered in
his travels around the world in search of such things, and
offered to send me a couple of sets for review. While most
traditional gun owners prefer natural woods, horn, and antler
for our grips, or synthetic replicas of such, there is a market
for grips that are a bit more colorful, a bit more flashy, and a
bit more feminine than the traditional. For those who are in
need of such grips, Eagle now has their Art Jewel Collection.
The pictures can do a better description than
I can offer in words, but in addition to those shown, Eagle has
other colors as well, to suit any taste.
Women are making up a larger percentage of
gun owners each year, and many women want more feminine colors.
Changing grips is an easy, inexpensive way to personalize a
handgun, and with the Art Jewel Collection, Eagle is offering a
way to add some flash to your handgun without pulling the
trigger. While these new grips will not appeal to everyone, for
those who are seeking such, the Eagle Art Jewel Collection
offers these vibrant grips in several colors and styles, to fit
many popular handguns.
Check them out and order online at www.eaglegrips.com.