Thursday, October 14, 2021

Finally! My Hammerli Master Grip Procrastination Update

Yep, pretty sure that road to hell is paved with my airgun project intentions.  Several YEARS ago, I had the intention of making grips from actual wood for my old Hammerli Master CO2 pistol.   Well, you all know what happened...

Anyway, I finally felt inspired.   Here's a teaser from step one. 















I'm sorely tempted to just skip to the end right now and show off the final results, but I did take a ton of pics.  I think I need to figure out how to write this one up first.  After all the various grip posts over the years,  not really sure if anyone cares about the step-by-step.  Gimme a couple days to mull it over.  Maybe leave a comment if you're interested in seeing behind the scenes?   I'll have something up by the end of the weekend--even if it's just the finished product.  


Thanks for checking in. 




Lionel said...

It is always interesting to see other peoples ideas and method of making anything. I have looked at your other grip making blogs. Go ahead and show us this one.

Paul said...

I'm "Another Airgun Blog" Junkie, check in daily usually. I'd love to see a step by step as I've a couple of grip projects I'm contemplating myself and can always use some inspiration. :-)

JD said...

I spent a couple of weeks going through all posts from the beginning to date. You have a few series on grip construction, but another one would not be a mistake. I for one would be most interested to see the step by step procedure for the Hammerli grips. I need the inspiration.

Anonymous said...


Whoa! You had about put me to sleep with nothing since your last post way back when! I am looking forward to reading these posts concerning these wood grips for your Hammerli. Thanks!


derrick38 said...

"Another Airgun Blog" recommended by 4 out of 5 insomniacs!