TT Olympia (Walther Replica) Grips (smaller)


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Gun Master
March 15, 2014, 03:28 PM
The TT Olympia (Norinco) replica of Walther Olympic .22 target grips are too large and uncomfortable. I cannot find any replacement grips. Does anybody know if any of the other Walther (PP, P5, etc.) grips will work ? Or where I can find some ? I am limited in using my hands, but maybe try making my own. Thanks.:)

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Gun Master
June 18, 2014, 07:48 PM
Well.........I guess I'd better start whittling .:uhoh:

Jim K
June 18, 2014, 08:00 PM
That is often the only reasonable choice. Most target grips are made oversize and it is expected that the shooter will sand/whittle/rasp them down. The result might not look good, but in my experience target shooters don't give a rat's patootie what their guns look like as long as they shoot well.

Some of the rattiest, most beat up, worn, no-finish, cobbled up guns I have ever seen were in the shooting boxes of champion shooters. No collectors, those folks.

Jim

rcmodel
June 18, 2014, 08:05 PM
+1

And there is the old 'glob of auto Bondo putty and squeeze it till it hardens' target shooters trick.

I saw some of those on the winter olympics Biathlon TV coverage.

If it don't fit your hand then, nothing will!

You can paint it if you want it too look better.
But some don't bother.

rc

Gun Master
June 18, 2014, 09:53 PM
+1

And there is the old 'glob of auto Bondo putty and squeeze it till it hardens' target shooters trick.

I saw some of those on the winter olympics Biathlon TV coverage.

If it don't fit your hand then, nothing will!

You can paint it if you want it too look better.
But some don't bother.

rc
Thanks, rc ! Sounds like a winner to me.:)

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