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Grizzly Ridge Scales??


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I just picked up a Benchmade Grizzly Ridge for edc. It felt the best out of all of the benchmades in my price range but I have a feeling the rubber on the grips is eventually going to wear off with daily use. 
 

The knife itself feels higher quality than  anything I’ve spent $150 on before and the action is smooth as silk. It’s right there in that sweet spot in size.

I’ve searched around for custom scales for it but can’t seem to find much. Does anyone on here have a lead on someone who could possibly make some out of micarta or similar? Surely a few of you knife makers are up to the task. 😎

 

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