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Hey Brian - I asked if the grips were Australian blue fire opal. Then I thought to look for the gun model, found your detailed post on 1911addicts.com, and there was the answer! Cool gun, and some very pretty grips (even though not what I had guessed, nor nearly as expensive at “only” around $500 ;)).
 

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Ed Brown EVO-9

Looks like Ed Brown has molded those grips with the Widmanstätten pattern.

Last year I had the opportunity to handle a Cabot 1911 at the FFL/range I frequent. It was fitted with Widmanstätten pattern meteorite grips.........


Went back the next day to take some pictures, it had sold for $100k shortly after I got to handle it.
 
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First range trip with the Ruger mini-thirty, equipped with an inexpensive rubber recoil butt pad and a Bushnell red dot sight. [For Lee/Gonzo, I had one initial feed issue where the round didn’t go fully into battery on releasing the bolt, but otherwise no issues cycling 60 rounds of inexpensive Wolf ammo. The Brimstone trigger job was a nice enhancement.]
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