Carbon Creations Carbon Fiber Gun Grips

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Be sure to check out our carbon fiber store, where our specialty is in lifestlyle products.
Update: It looks as if the Carbon Creations website no longer exists, we have to assume they are out of business and their grips can no longer be purchased.

Want to give your gone a signature look that everybody else will gawk at?  Look no further than Carbon Creations patented carbon fiber gun grips.

Carbon fiber gun grips

The carbon material is first coated with a polymer solution for increased rigidity,  Using a specialized process of resin transfer modling, a customized grip pattern is cut and formed in a vacuum-pressurized, structural epoxy-filled mold.  The resin transfer is completed after a 24-hour coagulation period, and the grips are then polished and beadblasted to perfection.

Carbon fiber gun grips

The carbon fiber grips are virtually indestructible, and ever set comes with an unconditional lifetime guarantee.  For a full list of gun applications, check out this page.  The grips are also available in three different colors, blue, yellow, red, and black:

Carbon fiber gun grips

Carbon fiber gun grips

Be sure to check out our carbon fiber store, where our specialty is in lifestlyle products.
  • EddyA

    thats awesome. i wonder how their fit is. i could see myself getting a set of these.

  • The fit should be perfect, at least they guarantee it is:

    And as our carbon fiber grips are virtually indestructible, every set is offered with an unconditional lifetime guarantee–for superior quality, precision fit, and a flawless finish.

  • Robert

    I purchased a set of these grips at a gunshow for my 1911, installed them at a friend’s house (for some reason or another, my flathead was MIA) and when I brought them home even my girlfriend was ecstatic. They fit perfectly, they’re light (obviously), and they look great. Highly recomended.

  • Enderwiggin

    They don’t deliver on their “Lifetime Guarantee.”

    I have had a pair of the .45 grips for 2-3 years, and the epoxy finish has yellowed dramatically.

    I’ve emailed them repeatedly asking if there’s anything I can do to repair the finish of the grips myself, or send them in, to no response.

    That said, though, $100.00 for a set of CF grips ain’t bad, and they’re good quality for the price–if you can get past the hair and particles of dust trapped in the epoxy!

  • Chris

    Fit on my 92 Beretta is overall GOOD but there was some binding on the magazine due to the alignment pins being too long.

    The finish has stood up for 2-3 years in my case. Its not uncommon for CF with a hard resin to yellow a bit over the years as has been the case with my Car dash and bicycle. If I were Enderwiggin and its that bad and I’m being ignored I’d order a new pair then send the old back ask for a refund and if not given one I’d do a chargeback!

  • Mark

    I have also sent some emails to them without any response. Obviously after they have received your money you are on your own.

  • That’s precisely what it appeared like to me as well. With the recent BATFE problem regarding the WE M4 Gas Blowbacks, that is only much more bad media for Airsoft.

  • Jorge

    The 1911 grips fit perfectly.

  • Barney Samson

    I think I’ll leave my “gone” w/o a signature look.

    Three colors: Blue, yellow, red, and black… ;-b

    “Using a specialized process of resin transfer modling…” Is that molding or modeling? Just wondering.