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GP100 wood grip options

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by high country, Mar 14, 2013.

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  1. Certaindeaf

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    That's pretty slick, 6.
     
  2. GP100man

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    That`s dem 6 !!

    Thanks for the pic !!!
     
  3. InkEd

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    You can buy the old style grips from Brownells and MidwayUSA. You usually have to buy the rubber grips, the wood inserts, and screws as an individual parts. If you want to have nicer wood inserts they are available from aftermarket companies.
     
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    Slick6, is that a 3" GP with adjustable sights? I have never seen a factory 3" with anything but fixed sights.
     
  5. slick6

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    Yes, it is a 3" GP100 with the adjustable sights. It is Model #01751(Cat #KGP-831). But, this was evidently a very scarce gun(Chambered in .38 Special)so, there weren't very many that had showed up on the internet. And these all got bought up instantly!

    The only other similar 3" GP100 was the Model #01708(Cat #KGP-131)chambered in .357 Mag. that was also a "Scarce" gun! It was produced in the late 1980's and then again, in 2006 or 2007?
     
  6. high country

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    Wow Slick6, that is one of the best looking GP100s I have seen. Thanks for posting up those pictures! I will definitely still be on the lookout for a set of those grips.
     
  7. slick6

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    You are welcome! Thanks for the compliment on the 3" GP!
     
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