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Need help ID of Old Colt Revo grips.

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by soutex50, Mar 5, 2007.

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  1. soutex50

    soutex50 Member

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    Hello Gents, I come again to tap on the wisdom of some of our cherished members here regarding old Colts. I recently acquired a package deal for my Old Man's Trooper. He didn't like the original grips so i set out to find him some......well, I did but didn't notice the screw missing from the set I liked. Anybody recognize this style grips and where I can order a replacement screw? They have no markings whatsoever inside and are made of wood. very nice and superb fit, but I need the screw.

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    the other set I need help with are these
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    They fit the Trooper perfectly except for the bottom rear as you can see in the Photo....Colt Detective special maybe? Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Rafael.
     
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    The first grips look very much like Badger grips:
    http://www.badgercustomgrips.com/

    The second pair are a set of grips for a Colt Lawman Mark III with the 2" barrel.
    The Lawman was the fixed sight version of the Trooper Mark III.

    It was available in a 4" or a 2" barreled version. The early versions had an exposed ejector rod, but the later 2" Lawman had a shrouded barrel very similar to the later Detective Special. For this reason, the later 2" Lawman looks just like a giant Detective Special.

    The 2" version of the Lawman Mark III had a rounded grip frame, and was the only gun Colt ever made that used that particular grip. That grip will not fit any other revolver.
     
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    DfarisWheel, Thanks for taking the time... I knew you wouldn't let me down. The info on the Badgers alone was priceless. Those Lawman grips have any value?
     
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    For value, I'd check completed auctions on eBay.
    These turn up there fairly often, but I haven't watched sell prices.
     
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    Hello again Gents, I'm still with the same problem, I've contacted Badger Grips and can't purchase a screw from their web........I was wondering if anyone out there that has a pair (grips that is:evil: ) can give me the measurements and size of the screw so I can purchase one from either Numrich or Midway?

    Thanks, Rafael
     
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