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Did I make a big D'oh?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Aaryq, Mar 5, 2008.

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  1. Aaryq

    Aaryq Member

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    Howdy folks.
    I recently ordered a PA-63 for what I was anticipating as a summer carry. I am a dummy however and completely spaced on the grips. I am a lefty, always will. The grips on this gun are set up for a rightey with the molded thumb rest. I'm having some trouble finding new, non-molded grips online. Can someone point me in the right direction to buy grips? Has anyone tried to shoo this pistol Left Handed? Should I just stop crying and introduce the grips to Mr. Dremel?
     
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    I was thinking of a belt sander ... ;)
     
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    Is there any other places that sell grips?
     
  5. tomr123

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    I have paid for a set of grips from the above link, haven't received them yet, so cant say anything about function. It's just a minor annoyance shooting the pa63 left handed, if anything i think of it as good weak hand practice. If you're still curious I'll let you know how the grips work out when I get them.
     
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    makarov.com had some. Honestly though, the molded grips aren't bad in the left hand. Seriously.
     
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    I can vouch for the seller on gunbroker with the sandalwood grips. I've ordered several sets of grips from him. They can take a while to arrive, as they are coming from Thailand, but if I remember correctly, the last ones only took about 2 1/2 weeks. All have been of excellent quality.
     
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    i have ordered some grips from http://marschalgrips.com and they are incredible. i got them in about 7-10 days from when i made the order (even though they were coming from budapest hungary!) and they were exactly what i ordered. he gives you a bunch of options to make your grips custom suited for you. maybe a little expensive, but understandable when you see the work and craftsmanship they are made with. i definitely recommend them.
     
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