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Anyone know of any wooden grips for Taurus Trackers?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by Nulik, Jun 4, 2006.

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  1. Nulik

    Nulik Member

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    I've been looking online for a while now trying to find places that make wooden grips for my tracker. So far all I've come across is http://nill-griffe.de/cms_usa/index.php?id_navigation=1 which look pretty decent but I'm wondering if there are any other options out there.
     
  2. Huskerz85

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    I inquired about this to one of the range masters at the range I go to and he said that he though Hogue made some good grips for my Tracker (an M17C/17CB4) that started around $50.......you might check their website though http://www.getgrip.com/

    *(The Tracker's the one on the top obviously ;) )

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  3. Nulik

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    Yeah, that was the first place I checked. Have one of their rubber grips on it now but it looks like the Trackers screw the grips on differently so the normal Taurus grips won't work on it.
     
  4. Master Blaster

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    I have a tracker, they call it a compact frame, its like a railroad spike:) under the grips. Unless Hogue starts making them, and they only make rubber now, the only wooden grip maker who does is NILs. Do a search on Nils Grips. Be prepared to spend $150+ and wait 6 months.

    I bought the hogue rubber for mine, and its better than the Factory Ribber and only $20.
     
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