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Comanche grips replacement?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by markk, Sep 9, 2007.

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  1. markk

    markk Member

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    I have a Comanche .357 revolver and would like to replace the grips.
    The problem is I can't ever find Comanche listed by grip manufacturers.

    So my question is does anybody know which replacement grips will fit a Comanche III .357?

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. 35Rem

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    My first thought is to replace them with some S&W K-Frame grips with a model 66 attached....(Just Kidding)

    I would call the manufacturer. They can tell you better than anyone. http://www.firestorm-sgs.com/contacts.htm
     
  3. Moonclip

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    Are you talking about a Llama? I have the Comanche III as well as a Super Commanche and have never seen replacement grips commercially available.
     
  4. markk

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    Anybody?
     
  5. henry-ctc

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    Sorry to reply so late. I´m a very new member.

    I also have a nice 6" .357 Mag. Comanche III revolver. My grips are OK but too big for my hand. In Spain there were many available anatomic grips for precision competition. Some of them have been offered to me very cheap, i´m waiting to see them.

    Unfortunately Llama, Star and Astra are no longer in the market. Nevertheless there is a small spanish company called Iparguns who is specialized in spare parts for spanish made guns.

    They sold me a rear sight for an Astra TS22 some months ago and service was great. Don´t know if they export. In fact I don´t know if they even speak english.

    Hope it helps.
     
  6. BusterGrime

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    Hi I actually own the same gun and parts are rare.
    But read further, you need to get K Frame grips that are cut down with finger grooves, as well the inside has been cut out so it has an Open back. ( so you can see the rear hand part of revolvers FRAME)
    You then got too trim it a bit too fit as welll you Need to move the Escutions (screws and nuts to bolt grips on) over so it will not interfere with your Hammer Mechanisim.
    If you need more information email me as i have more info you may need
     
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