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Old 07-30-2020, 09:51 AM
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For my 686+, 2 1/2 inch barrel. Love the look and the feel. Outstanding for shooting, too.





In addition, what a pleasure dealing with Jennifer Culina. Great email communication, fair prices, and I didn't have to wait that long to receive my grips. Looking forward to my next pair.


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Old 07-30-2020, 10:17 AM
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Culina grips are great - my only set on my 629 PC.
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Very nice. You will end up getting more.
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Very nice. Classy and functional.
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Most excellent. At first glance I thought factory.........but better
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i never get tired of seeing their products
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You sir, have great taste in revolvers.
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Very nice grips i think their combats are the most comfortable for me.Jennifer is great to work with you get what you want.
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Arrow Culinas - Yes!!!

I love the Culina grips as well. They just bring out the best in your guns appearance, while providing comfort when shooting!

No doubt you will be buying many more!

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Great looking grips! Jennifer is superb to deal with too. Like has been said, you will buy more. I am up to 7 pairs now. Love em!
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Great looking grips. They wont be your last pair of Culina's. I agree Jennifer is great to work with. I've got the same Smith but my wife wants thinner grips like the contour of the hideous factory rubber grips that came on the gun
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The beauty of the Culina combats is only surpassed by the shooting enhancement they provide. So go shoot that gun. Besides making your gun look great hanging in the safe, or around the barbecue, you will love the way they feel when the 686 goes bang.
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Those are some handsome combats. Almost like getting a new gun, ain't it??
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Those are very sharp looking. What wood is it?

My 2.5" 686 is wearing a set of their birdseye maple combats.


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Besides how beautiful they are, notice that the wood behind the trigger guard Is right to the center of the trigger guard. Hogue’s for example go much lower making the gun ride higher in the hand. Some might like that, but I prefer a lower line of sight like these and the one pair of Culina’s I have.
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More fine work from the Culinas! And yes, another vote for Jennifer's outstanding communication and expertise!
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They make great grips. I have claro walnut, osage orange,pau ferro, Italian olive.

Great looking combats OP!!!!!!
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Congratulations on your new Culina’s!! Beautiful.

I have several Culina grips. I believe they make the best grips for function and beauty. Here’s a pair of my .357’s (66 and 19).
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Fine looking grips,they really bring out the shine on your 686.
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John and Jennifer are my go to source for all my grips. I have them on almost all my K and for sure on all my N frames. Great folks to deal with who provide the best product.
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Congratulations on your new Culina’s!! Beautiful.

I have several Culina grips. I believe they make the best grips for function and beauty. Here’s a pair of my .357’s (66 and 19).

What wood are the grips for the 66? Both are fine looking revolvers.
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Will not be your last either. Whenever I buy a new gun and the grips turn out to be non-matching I tend to get in touch with Jennifer and see what they have in stock. About half the time I get lucky, the other half I order a set in whatever wood I want. I think I have a half dozen of their sets. Lost count.
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I love them.
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Very nice. They look great.
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I have Culina’s on both my 29-2s. They are exceptional in all respects. And yes, Jennifer is awesome to work with! You’ll be ordering more!
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John and Jennifer are my go to source for all my grips. I have them on almost all my K and for sure on all my N frames. Great folks to deal with who provide the best product.

AND they immediately return your phone calls or e mails!!!


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Did someone say Culina Stocks?

An older set of Walnut Kurak's (Culina) Now gone on to another owner.




Same K-22 with it's current Claro Culina Magna's; These are the everyday grips for this K-22 (1952 vintage)








And for Grins; The same K-22 with some Culina Targets in Lignum Vitae


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