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security six replacement grip question...

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by gunhappy, Sep 6, 2007.

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  1. gunhappy

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    who makes the smallest (most concealable) grips for the square butt. Wood is preferable, but I suppose if I can't find any decent wood ones, then rubber will have to do. I don't really want to do the Tyler t-grip either. Thanks fellas(and ladies).:D
     
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    Thanks kludge for the reply... I was sort of looking for something along the lines of a boot grip tho.
     
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    Two choices, Eagle and Badger. I have no personal experience with the Badger grips, but they look nice. I have bought a few pair of Eagles over the years and the quality has been up and down, but the last pair I got were great!

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    The Eagle "Secret Service" is close in size and shape to a "boot grip." I had some on a Colt Agent in smooth rosewood and was very pleased with them. Despite their smoothness they are not slippery - the wood has a slight "tackiness" to it.
     
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    Grashorn's has done a set for my Security Six in elk stag. He will do anything you want in the way of size, and you can even specify the amount of bark you want on your grips.

    Mr. Grashorn's work is absolutely first class, and he is a pleasure to do business with. On this board his handle is "Executioner".

    Jeff
     
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    thanks for the answers guys...I knew I would get some direction here.:D
     
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