Nothing adds the finishing touch to a nice handgun like a good set of custom stocks. Whether you prefer to call them grips, stocks, or just plain handles, just about every shooter agrees that a fine looking set of grips puts a special finishing touch on any handgun.
Nothing affects the handling and recoil qualities of a handgun as much as custom grips. They are, after all, the part that you hang onto as you execute that well-aimed shot, and the part that most affect the pointing abilities of handguns.
The fact is that a great looking set of grips, no matter the material of choice, adds substantially to the enjoyment and pride of owning and shooting a good pistol.
In quality I do not take shortcuts - all my grips (except 2 screw grips) have "dovetail" cut to insure proper fit to the frame. I think that skipping this step can save time but sacrifices the quality. The "dovetail" connection of the grips and the frame are used in many many fine handguns: Browning, CZ, Tanfoglio, and, in my book, it is a "must" feature.
I have many different woods from which I can execute a beautiful set of custom stocks. I can even use wood supplied by the customer, if desired. There is no problem to add custom touches to the grips, such as engraving monograms, initials, etc. at the customer’s request.