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    I need a little help. Do not know if this can be done . Can anybody here take a Tapco pistol grip and copy it in Aluminum ? Does anybody know where I could get this done . It is the last part I need to make my Sagia conversion all metal.......It is a concept I have been working on for a while and it is the last part I need to complete it..........

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    You can do it yourself

    www.emachineshop.com USE the TWO user tutorials. They are GOOD and will teach you in no time flat. IF you really dont want to mess with it try asking Justin at www.cncgunsmith.com...

    If you look at that grip its pretty much a simple shape/form. A block of aluminum, some files, a belt sander/sanding disk and some time would get the same result. Would also need a drill to make the hole... Practice with a bar of soap first, I kid you not it will help you visualize. You can also use BALSA wood from a model shop.... Good luck!!!

    P.S. I think you should cop the PG on the YUGOs!! Its NICE

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    That second link takes me to a search result for CNC Gunsmiths ..Which One is Justin's ?

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    Justin is one of our sponsor's ...suporters. His website can be accessed by the ad at top of screen. His is first one listed...its Blue.

    Also you may want to consider getting a cast done. Probably cheaper in the long run and fairly easily done....

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    To CNC one grip would be very expensive.
    I would figure atleast $200 for quanity 1
    Most likely alot higher.
    It is expensive to CNC something that is not a square or retangle or a perfectly round.

    Are you wanting a grip that has the same side panels as a standard grip?
    The checkered pattern would be expensive to do.
    You could do a smooth side grip, be alot cheaper.
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    Thank you for the input guys. A smooth grip would be fine...........Just trying to work through a concept.........

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    You could make it yourself with a file and ALOT of time.
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    It would be worth running these if they could be done in a batch of at least 10 to 20 grips. These could be made from aluminum or delrin. Send me an e-mail, I may be able to help you out.

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    I need a little help. Do not know if this can be done . Can anybody here take a Tapco pistol grip and copy it in Aluminum ? Does anybody know where I could get this done . It is the last part I need to make my Sagia conversion all metal.......It is a concept I have been working on for a while and it is the last part I need to complete it..........

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    or you could go to a gun crazed man who never sleeps and he could crank out 10 or 20 in the middle of the night............ LOL


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    Aluminun is pretty east to work with in a home shop and some elbow grease. The cutting is the worst part, but a bandsaw will take care of that and a drill press for the screw hole.

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