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Ruger Single Ten Grips

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by KJS, Feb 27, 2012.

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  1. KJS

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    I plan to buy a Single Ten & wanted to know if all the grip panels that fit Single Six models will also fit the Single Ten?

    Ruger put "Hardwood Gunfighter" grips on the Ten, while a comparable Single Six has "Hardwood" grips. I learned "Gunfighter" means considerably thinner.

    I have XL hands, so I'd like the option of changing to the thicker Single Six grips if after trying the gun out I decide something larger would better fit my big paws.

    I'd welcome any other comments related to the Single Ten.

    Thanks,
    Karl
     
  2. Powerglide

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    Not sure, but, you could have some made prolly fairly cheaply in elk or something. just sayin.
     
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    I called Ruger when I was getting ready to buy a stainless Six last week to find out if I could buy the thinner Ten grips for it and yes they do fit and sell them.
    Another nice thing about the stainless version is no ILS. (something to do with the space available with the wood grip.)
     
  4. KJS

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    Another nice thing about the stainless version is no ILS.

    I'm sorry, what's ILS?
     
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    Internal Locking System

    It is the Ruger equivalent to the "Hillary Hole" on the S&W revolvers
     
  6. CraigC
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    Except that it actually works as intended, does not automatically engage itself and is easily ignored and forgotten.
     
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