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Grips for Para Warthog.

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Chas, Nov 6, 2005.

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  1. Chas

    Chas Member

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    Has anyone replaced the grips on their Warthog? I can't find any on the market exclusively for the Warthog but I see a few for the P10. I had asked Para Jay if all parts were interchangeable between the P10 and Warthog and he states they were. Soooooo, this leads me to believe I can use P10 grips.

    FYI on the Warthog fail to feed issues. I had issues with the last 2 rounds jamming. Finally sent it back to Para and it appears to be much better. 200 rounds thru it and only one failure. Single hand, weak left grip hand had to be the reason.

    Charlie.
     
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    Their are grips out their. Pierce has them and someone ,makes wood. Have you went to the wolf mag spring and tried lighter bullets That made mine work as it should. Mine was redone in TN as well. Not all P-10 parts interchange . P-10 has a different recoil system. Slide needs reworked to use Wart Hog springs and rod. And P-10 have old extractor's not the new type. My P-10 was steel frame and Hog is a alloy Big weight difference.
     
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    Did you try Eagle grips? Great product, good prices,first class service. They have a web site

    Kevin
     
  4. Chas

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    Hogue grip look good.

    As far as I can see Hogue is the only manufacturer, aside from custom, that make them. They do insert the 'key' just below the thumb safety. Those for the P-10 fit perfect. These are in Kingwood.

    Thanks
    Charlie
     

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