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Old 07-30-2020, 07:47 PM
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This beauty is on the way. Does anyone know if these are the factory grips? I have seen much thinner ones on these revolvers. I hope to get the SN soon to figure out the year of manufacture but she is a 17-5.
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Ou have a target trigger so the target grips look correct to me.

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Thanks for the reply..yes it has the 3 "T"s. I may want to go with the Hogue rubber grips.

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Very nice! That's a true classic there - a 6" K-22!
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Thanks..I'm pretty happy about it. I have owned a lot of revolvers but I think this may turn out to be one of my favourites.

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Those "speedloader" targets are my favorites ...they fit me well. 17's are awesome revolvers...a factory letter is the only way to know for sure how it left the factory...but you got the perfect setup there!!
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