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Ahrends Maple...anyone have them

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by Carbon_15, Aug 11, 2006.

  1. Carbon_15

    Carbon_15 Well-Known Member

    I am thinking about getting a set for my Smith 67. Anyone have a set? How do they look in person? pix?
  2. soutex50

    soutex50 Well-Known Member

    No pics but go to Ebay, search for d_jgun in community. they have many, and i mean many, Ahrends grips 4 sale, different woods.
    Good Luck
  3. bulbboy

    bulbboy Well-Known Member

    I bought a set of Ahrends Morrado w/fingergrooves a couple of weeks ago for a S&W I just bought. I've used Eagle Grips, Hogues, Ajax, and Badger grips from Grips4guns.com and these are one of the best. The fit and feel of the grips are amazing. I almost what to buy another old revolver just to get more grips!
  4. OH25shooter

    OH25shooter Well-Known Member

  5. Tom Servo

    Tom Servo Well-Known Member

    Holy thread resurrection...

    Here they are on my 67:




    Now they're on a Model 10, as I've got some cocobolos on the 67.
  6. bulbboy

    bulbboy Well-Known Member

  7. .38 Special

    .38 Special Well-Known Member

    Nickel .44 Special, round-to-square conversion.

  8. JohnnyOrygun

    JohnnyOrygun Well-Known Member

    .38 Special, that is a very nice 44 special you have there, she is a beauty! I like it with those grips. Nice, really nice.
  9. .38 Special

    .38 Special Well-Known Member

    Thanks. Ahrend's does a good job, and the pic doesn't really do the grain justice.

    The gun is mildly disappointing. S&W just isn't doing a great job right now, IMO. But when you pull the trigger, bullets come out, headed in more-or-less the right direction, so... *shrug*
  10. bflobill_69

    bflobill_69 Well-Known Member

    Those Maple grips look amazing... very nice!

  11. Carbon_15

    Carbon_15 Well-Known Member

    Damn, this thread came back from the dead
    I did finally get the Maple grips for my 67
    Here they are...

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