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Mystery Grips (to me)

Discussion in 'Handguns: Accessories, Holsters, and Optics' started by mikelj, Dec 3, 2019.

  1. mikelj

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    I posted this earlier in an older thread and figured I might get more responses by starting a new thread. I got these grips that appear to go to the same kind of gun, but I can't figure out what. I've searched many grip sites and pictures but haven't found anything that matches, so I was hoping someone else may have an idea what they go to?
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  2. entropy

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    Mauser HSc. Top are handmade, bottom are factory.
     
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  3. mikelj

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    Thanks entropy! I can't believe I didn't find that...appreciate your input!
     
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  4. bannockburn

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    Way to go entropy! As soon as I clicked on this thread I knew as well what those grips were. My brother had an Interarms Mauser HSc many years ago. A very well made gun (though a trifle heavy for a pocket auto), and chambered for the .380 ACP.
     
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    Yep, didn't even read down as I recognized the grips immediately also. I too had one of Mauser HSc pistols, and let me tell you, that was some snappy recoil ...
     
  6. Archie

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    I have an HSc in my 7.65mm (.32 ACP) collection. I don't 'carry' any of them, but that curved trigger abrades the underside of my trigger finger in about four shots. Nicely designed and made. And it really looks snazzy.
     
  7. Sistema1927

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    Now you have an excuse to buy a pistol. Rather, now you have an obligation to buy one.

    I have been known to buy a gun simply because I discovered a 1/2 box of ammo in the back of the cabinet
     
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    Sistema1927

    Have done that too, as well as buying ammo, spare magazines, and other accessories long before I ever got the gun (even bought a bayonet for a Colt AR 15 that I didn't have yet)!
     
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