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Old 04-21-2017, 01:17 PM
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No S&W to show off, but I will say putting these grips by Badger Grips on this 3" Detective Special was a huge improvement in looks but even more important having a good hold.

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Karl Nill, J-frame, internal hammer model.

The most comfortable stocks I've ever used, regardless of frame size.
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The nicest ones I have owned, since sold to someone here, are these Keith Brown's on my Jim Stroh built 5" 45 Colt.





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This is a set that i am very proud of

a set of Culina 's on my 25-2 top and a set i made for this STI
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These arent wood or elk and I have both on many of my S&W's and lean towards Hogues. But my favorites grips are giraffe bone on my USFA saa's. These are custom grips by MD Grips.
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