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replacement stocks sought for Colt

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by inthebeech, Jul 17, 2010.

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  1. inthebeech

    inthebeech Member

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    What are some sources for replacement stocks (aftermarket and not the same design) for an Officers Model Match? I am interested in real wood.
    Thanks.
     
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    CDNN has stocks that fit E & I frame Colts. I'm assuming that you have either a 38 or a 22 OMM because this thread is in the revolver category and as such would be, most probably, an "E" frame.
     
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    Stocks made for the Python will also fit Colt's Officers Model Match/Target/ etc. revolvers as well as older Army Special and Official Police guns. ;)
     
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    A lot of Colt owners like the Hogue Mono-Grip.
    These are available in rubber, or in fancy woods with options like with or without finger grooves and fancy caps on the butt.
    These are very good looking and feeling grips, and due to the mounting system, are the most solid grips.

    http://www.getgrip.com/
     
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    I second the Hogue. I put Hogue wood grips on both my trooper mk III and my 357. They fit the hand much nicer than the stock colt grips that flare out at the base.
     
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