To laminate wood gun grips, you’ll need a few things: some thin sheets of wood veneer, some contact cement, and an image of the design you want to use.
First, cut your veneer into strips that are slightly larger than the grip area of your gun. Next, brush a layer of contact cement onto both the back of the veneer strips and the grip area of the gun. Allow this to dry for about 15 minutes until it’s tacky to the touch.
Now start applying your veneer strips to the grip area, working from the bottom up and centring each strip as you go. Once all of the strips are in place, brush on a final layer of contact cement and let it dry overnight.
The next day, use a sharp utility knife to trim off any excess veneer around the edges of the grip. You can also use fine-grit sandpaper to smooth out any rough edges. Finally, apply a clear coat of polyurethane to protect the wood and give it a nice shine. Thanks for the question!
The easiest way to laminate wood gun grips is to use an adhesive such as super glue or epoxy. First, sand the back of the grips to create a smooth surface. Next, apply a thin layer of adhesive to the wood and allow it to dry. Once the adhesive is dry, apply another layer of adhesive and press the grip into place. Allow the adhesive to dry for 24 hours before using the gun.