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Anyone recognize these Sig 220 grips?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by rbernie, Oct 14, 2006.

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  1. rbernie
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    Does anyone know who makes these, and where can I get more like 'em?

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  2. STAGE 2

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    Those were the stock grips that came with the older sigs. They are not made any more so the only place to get them is from a willing seller. They will not fit newer sigs without a dremel. Its not difficult, but it does take some time and attention to detail.
     
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  3. Top Gun Supply

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    Those appear to be older style factory P220 grips. They are not real easy to come by, but you will occasionally see them for sale in the different forum classifieds. Some prefer the older style to the new ones. I think they look good and have a nice non-slip surface. Your set looks pristine!

    Looks like we were typing at the same time Stage 2.
     
  4. rbernie
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    Thanks, all. Sounds like I'm kinda SOL in terms of standardizing on these grips. :(

    The whole pistol is pristine - probably the best $500 I've spent in a while.
     
  5. Ala Dan

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    I like those older style SIG P220 grips; and as a matter of fact, I have 'em
    on mine~!:cool: :D
     
  6. PO2Hammer

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    Buy all your Sigs a set of Nill wood grips and you'll feel much better.
     
  7. boing

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    Hogue checkers new SIG grips to approximate the old style, and sells them in the Odds and Ends section of their auction site:

    http://www.hogueauction.com/browse.php?id=201

    But it looks like the 226 grips are so thin already that the checkering cuts right through, leaving "pin holes" in some areas. They have a modified checkering pattern that avoids the problem, but obviously the grips are rendered pretty thin regardless. Not something I'd want on a business gun that retains critical springs with the grips.

    They're pricey, too, at the "buy it now" price. I don't know what the bids usually go up to, though.
     
  8. P95Carry

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    Want real comfy grips on SIG's? Try fitting some CT's.

    My best are on 226 and 228 but these on the 220 are great too - they have a definite ''edge'' for me over the std factories.


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  9. UncleBob

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    I have an older set that I might part with.
     
  10. rbernie
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    Talk to me - I have an OLD P220 (pre-hammer block safety, spur hammer with half cock notch, SN G178XXX) that is wearing these Hogue abominations, and desperately needs better.
     
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    You can find the old style p220 grips on ebay frequently. However, if your pistol is newer, you may have to modify the grip somewhat to fit. The new style mainspring gets in the way. The checkered grips houge does on the new style sig plastic grips are very nice. You can also send in your current grips and they will checker them for a reasonable fee. For more on this, you should visit the sigforum and the search function.

    --usp_fan
     
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