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Old 10-05-2018, 05:39 PM
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I could use some help with these grips, I received 2 pair that came in a vintage Colt revolver box (no labels). I can say they do not fit S&W k or N frame guns but would like to know if anyone has any info.
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Those are Sanderson Grips, most likely for Colt I & E frame revolvers. Are they for sale?
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I have had a few sets like these...they fit the i/e colt grip frames...like official police and python....

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Yes, without a doubt Sanderson made grips for a Colt revolver
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Will fit: Python, .357, Trooper, Official Police, Army Special, and the Colt Officers Model target revolvers (several types of those).
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Agree with the above. They are interesting to me in that they have two sets of holes at the lower part of the inletting - the forward ones would be for a Colt with the off-center grip locating pin, and the centered holes as if someone tried to get them to fit a Smith. Oops...
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No question about it, those are Sanderson grips for a Colt Python or other large frame.

The members who replied before me were spot on.

Great find!
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Very happy with the replies from people on this S&W forum, I have been a proud member since 2009. Thank you for the response from everyone and keep them coming please.
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No question about it, those are Sanderson grips for a Colt Python or other large frame.

The members who replied before me were spot on.

Great find!
Absolutely Sandersons - I have two pair for the K frames and yours look to be for the Colt I Frame - Congratulations!!!!!
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Thanks for all the help on these. Please close this post.

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