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Altamont Grips

Discussion in 'Handguns: General Discussion' started by Hondo 60, Jul 29, 2011.

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  1. Hondo 60
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    I guess this is the best place to post this seeing it involves a revolver & a semi-auto.

    I just want to rave about Altamont Grips.

    http://www.altamontco.com/

    I have a set on my S&W M36 & A different kind on my 1911.
    I broke the 1911 grip doing something dumb, but Altamont replaced them free of charge.
    I emailed them & told 'em what happened & they said they'd replace them.
    The box came today. Yakov Smirnoff says "What a Country"!
    I say, "What a Company"! Thanks Altamont

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  2. tguil

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    Nice looking grips. Rosewood? I'm thinking about a set of Altamont boot grips for my blued Model 36...rosewood or walnut?

    Tom
     
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    They look great.
    I need something to replace my stock 624 grips.
     
  4. BossHogg

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    That is a great company, since the 1911 grips replacement was no fault of their's. :D I've been thinking of trying some of their grips and this might just give them my money. Outstanding
     
  5. CraigC
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    I have a few sets of their grips and have been very impressed with them and their products.
     
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