Nicely done! Seeing that you mentioned the mango wood, reminds me of the fact that I still have some pieces of lignumvitae hanging around somewhere. After the Marine Corps, I worked on the repair and overhaul of nuclear submarines. That also entailed the repair and overhaul of the Constitution, moored in Boston, because it is the oldest commissioned ship in the Navy. By doing that, I had access to this very special wood that they used when refreshing belaying pins, and block shivs. Another one that we used was called Ironwood. Both of these were kept as whole logs submerged underwater for preservation sake, and also helped keep from prying fingers. LOL... when I go back up north, I'll have to see if I can't dig it up. At the time I was heavily into revolvers. I had to use a carbide tooth bandsaw to cut the general shape of the grips for my Model 29 S&W, and Colt Pythons.