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Old 06-12-2010, 04:59 PM
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Just put on a set of Rosewood Grips that I won on eBay. I can't wait to try them out at the range. They feel great in my hand and look Super on my Model 28.
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Not too shabby.
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Have a similar set on my 5in M-27. I like 'em!

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I agree they do look good. Don
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Extremely nice. I have wood grips on mine and love them. Even my 14 year old likes shooting the wood grips...they look very nice. B
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I have a set like that on my nickel 18. They are nice!
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Those Rosewood smoothies look SWEEET! I am jealous! How much did you have to shell out for them?
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Those Rosewood smoothies look SWEEET! I am jealous! How much did you have to shell out for them?
About $42.00, they are in Excellent Condition!!!
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