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Old 03-20-2020, 03:12 PM
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Have ya seen them? Look great on their website. Check out the Heritage Cocobolo. Hope this is the right place for this topic???
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There was a set of N frame round butts for sale in the accessories forum the other day.
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Here's a set although probably not cocobolo, not sure of the wood. They're very well made and as close to "cokes" as I've seen without getting into the custom supreme level such as Keith Brown's.

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Here's a set although probably not cocobolo, not sure of the wood. They're very well made and as close to "cokes" as I've seen without getting into the custom supreme level such as Keith Brown's.

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Are those one-off's or can you share?
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Iíve looked at them myself. They do look very nice. I have no first hand knowledge but from what Iíve read, there have been fitment issues. I just picked these up from Altamont for $80. Iím going to put them on a 629-6. Just another option for you.
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Are those one-off's or can you share?
They're from Eagle Grips; just not sure what wood they are as they came on a gun I bought a year or two ago. Don't know if they're exactly like the ones on the website now but must be close.

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I have a walnut pair on a 6.5 in. model 24. They are excellent.
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I have 2 sets and really like them.

Bought this set (Rosewood) directly from Eagle. Took about 2 months to get them.

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Bought this set from a SWF member. I think it's Coco Bolo.

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I also have a couple of sets of Eagle "non-coke" target grips.

All of my Eagle grips fit perfectly on my guns.
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I received a set of walnuts on a M28 that I bought. They are very nice. If I did not have a surplus of grips, I would not hesitate to buy another set
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Let's not confuse the type of wood being responsible for the name "cokes". It's all in the shape and construction, not whether or not the manufacturer used cocobolo wood or not. There are a lot of threads within the Forum confines that show pictures of the 'cokes', and they will help someone determine an answer to the 'coke- no coke' question.
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Have a set for a K frame round butt conversion. No need for them cause I put a set of nice grain round butt grips on it. They felt great on the gun but I went for the high figure. Donít have any more round butt guns to use them on. Eagle makes a very nice grip. Larry

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I have a set on my K frame Smolt. They feel great but I've noticed it's tough using a speedloader (HKS) with them. Tough to get the loader out of the way once the rounds are released.

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I sure wish my 4 sets Eagle grips fit as well as they look, which includes the set that came on my new 627-5. 3 were smaller than the frame, leaving the back strap and bottom of the grip frame standing proud, one was oversized which I could sand to fit.
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Iíve looked at them myself. They do look very nice. I have no first hand knowledge but from what Iíve read, there have been fitment issues. I just picked these up from Altamont for $80. Iím going to put them on a 629-6. Just another option for you.
I bought a pair from Altamont a few months ago for a N frame. Very pleased with them.

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