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I'll apologize first for showing my ignorance once more but..... I'm looking to replace the factory grips with those made from actual wood for a newly acquired M-3913. During my search I see grips advertised for the M-3913 & the M-3913 TSW. Jeppo responded to my question to him that the TSW version is designed for 7 rounds and the M-3913 holds 8 but was not sure of any more differences that would affect the grip size. Now I'm asking those of you Semi-Auto Experts if you are aware of any other reasons that I should be aware of to prevent grips from fitting a standard M-3913? Thank you for the help!
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Hogue makes nice wood grips for the standard Model(s) 3913/3914 and 3913NL that use the 8rd magazines ..... been using them since the early 1990s.

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Completely understand where you are coming from. Wooden grips on a semi-auto pistols just set it off from all of the rest. To me, the plastic grips which come from the factory just scream "replace me" with wood! Here are a few of mone.
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I had Hogue Tulipwood grips for my 5906, and they were very nice, but if I were to do it again I would get a set from KSD.
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I'll apologize first for showing my ignorance once more but..... I'm looking to replace the factory grips with those made from actual wood for a newly acquired M-3913. During my search I see grips advertised for the M-3913 & the M-3913 TSW. Jeppo responded to my question to him that the TSW version is designed for 7 rounds and the M-3913 holds 8 but was not sure of any more differences that would affect the grip size. Now I'm asking those of you Semi-Auto Experts if you are aware of any other reasons that I should be aware of to prevent grips from fitting a standard M-3913? Thank you for the help!
3913TSW has two versions.
Early with 7 round mag and a truncated grip.
Later with 8 round mag and full length grip. (Same as standard model M-3913)

All standard and TSW 3913/3914/3953/3954 (with the exception of the Early TSW models) will interchange.

Hogue and KSD are the two most popular companies for wood grips that I see listed on this Forum.

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I agree about the KSD grips . I have them on my CS45 and they really set it off .
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