Been a while since I posted any of my builds, but rest assured, I'm still avidly building and plinking. Recently, I got a bug to experiment with homemade g10 laminate. All it takes is some paper and fiberglass resin. It's hilariously easy to make a material that is both strong and beautiful. Here is a frame made from 1/2" corian and some 1/4" homemade green and black g10. The corian is plenty strong for the target bands I have on, and has a stone-like appearance. I used that in the design, and carved up the g10 in a manner reminiscent of a flint knife. Since I like pinning things with aluminum, that's what I did. However smooth sanding was not an option, so I opted for a rough hammered finish on the pins. Here is the front. Here is the back. This frame is comfortable whether shooting hammer or finger-thumb, so I feel like I've got myself a winner here. I believe it could also be banded up for TTF shooting, but I'll mess with that after the current bands die. I decided to take these photos from a polar bear's backside. Another note, I had made enough G10 for two builds, but haven't finished the other yet, so stay tuned for another one soon.