The best kind of companies to work with are those who really value their customers. I recently bought a set of grips for my 1911 and they are great.
those are nice
I agree, the grips show a large investment in artistic values.
Those are absolutely beautiful
Perhaps they could make grips for my Star BM. My wife ordered a set of rosewood grips that looked awesome online but it came in and the left grip caused my magazine release to not function thus causing the mag to be stuck.
Cant you lightly file enough away as to eliminate binding against the release?
I emailed the company to see what they want to do or what they recommend. For all I know I got a defective set that wasn’t completed…
That’s exactly why the Dremel tool was invented.
Last option. Again, to repeat myself–which I shouldn’t have to do…
Its part of owning a business, sometimes things don’t work out or products are defective. I don’t jump from A to Z, I follow the logical processes when it comes to good and services which in this case is contacting the company for assistance and etc and then move on. I will not jump to the last option like “duh just use a dremel you dummy” (like you pretty much said in so many words–feel free to correct me if that is not your intent) when it comes to a life saving device. I will carry this pistol so therefore I would prefer to avoid having to hack it up myself in case it was a defective product. And who’s to say I won’t fuck it up and the grip is ruined and not returnable or able to be exchanged because of my “modifications” or worse cause the pistol to malfunction during a life saving event. You gotta go at these things logically, especially when safety is on the line.
Rosewood dust is really NOT good to breathe.