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Old 04-22-2010, 11:38 AM
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Anyone purchased replacement grips for the S&W PPK? Wood or rubber?
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Bought a set of Herrets grips when I had my S&W PPK/S they worked great .Kept them when I sold it.You can have them for $25:00 if interested.
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If my deal on a PPK/S comes through, I'll take those Harret's.

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Are you ready for the wood?.
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Nedd gris for the PPK, not the PPK/S.
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Did you ever find any grips? Everywhere I go I find ppk/s grips, but none for the ppk.
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Wood is nice but I like the WWII OEM brown swirled style plastic that Walther offered until the late 60's or so.

Not sure if grips are interchangeable between the S&W and Walther but they have the Walther banner on them.

I found the website and its still up, historyarms.com will pretty much make any colour you desire for $45 bucks shipped and they make P38 copies as well.

I like the look of the white on stainless and brown on blued.










the reproduction bakelite P38 grips look like this

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IIRC, PP & PPK/s stocks are panels, PPK stocks cover the backstrap area which is cut out to reduce weight.
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I put a ct grip on my two-tone ppk/s
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My wife carries this one and she insisted on wood grips

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are the wood grips for the S&W PPK? If so, where didi you get them?
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remat457,
are the wood grips for the S&W PPK? If so, where didi you get them?
It is a PPK. I got them at my LGS. But, I am drawing a blank as to what brand they are. I will pull them off this weekend and look.
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