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Old 08-21-2017, 09:16 PM
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Ive been searching for the personal best fit for my edc 686+. I don't even want to add up what I've spent on grips, ammo components, and time at the press/range in trying to find "just right". Came across a set of non checkered magnas, and scored a round butt Tyler T here on the forum. Initial impressions after tonite is that feeling that my search may be over, finally. Only a range trip later this week will confirm it. It's my go to combo on my 10-6 and 15-1, so I'm wondering why I didn't think of it earlier. If this doesn't work, I'll just get a set of Herrett Jordan Troopers like a I have on my M69. Just wanted to share, hopefully it can help someone else. I may have to post some of my failed attempts in the classifieds, if I can stay in the good graces of the mods, guess I didn't follow the rules like I thought I did, but a I digress. Thanks for letting me share.
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LOL.......that combo is .......... just a 1st Gen ....."Boot Grip"
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Hey I have the same gun and found out years ago that magnas with Tyler-T was perfect for my hands too.
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Old 08-22-2017, 01:14 AM
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A man after mine own heart. Cept for me it's a 65 with Magnas and t grip
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Model 12-2 Airweight EDC off-duty with original grips and an old Tyler T-Grip. Don't get no better'n this.



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I'd lose the antlers for carry. Otherwise, looks good.
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