Here's one I found at the Wanenmachers' Tulsa Arms Show on Sunday. A dealer who I rent my table from had a bunch of knives out and off to the side I saw this G10 knife. I looked at it and thought I'd recognized the handle profile from somewhere. After asking the dealer about the knife, he described the maker as a Marine who had worked with explosives...
This would be the only knife I bought at the show.
I think I fit those scales with about 220 grit on the disk. I dont put fine finishes on G-10 because I want to take advantage of all the grippiness that I can get out of it. So I pretty much always bead blast the G-10.