Been trying to make pistol grips out of antler and stag etc and fail miserably every time. I prefer really thin grips and it just doesn't happen with stag. Anyhow cat knocked a vase off a shelf and hit me in the head and my light bulb blinked for a nano second and I thought why not buffalo horn. I've worked it before on knives and its pretty nice to work with other than it don't smell none to good grinding and such. So anyhow I ordered me a couple slabs and finally went after it this weekend. I'm pretty pleased, I got some more fine sanding and polishing to do but I got them thin and the white streaks showed through nice on the right side, they showed nice on the left till I went just a bit thinner and then lost some, oh well. Photo evidence. I filled the voids on the one side and sanded that down and they are now invisible. Just more polishing and sanding to get them just right. Who'd of ever thought bawanna would ever own a Wilson but I got very lucky and got a gift price from a co worker.