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Old 04-18-2024, 10:53 AM
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Was searching for a new set of stocks for my 27-2 3.5 inch I picked up offline. The stocks that came on it are numbered but not numbered to my gun and they wouldn’t fit correctly, so I managed to find a nice set of faux polymer ivory grips to throw on it. I think it looks fantastic, it is probably in my top 3 favorite revolvers I own
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Was searching for a new set of stocks for my 27-2 3.5 inch I picked up offline. The stocks that came on it are numbered but not numbered to my gun and they wouldn’t fit correctly, so I managed to find a nice set of faux polymer ivory grips to throw on it. I think it looks fantastic, it is probably in my top 3 favorite revolvers I own
They look great, classy. I found a set at a local gun show and put ‘em on one of my 3.5” 27s.
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Great match, I love that look. I have a set on one of my 3.5" model 27's and on a 4" model 28.
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I wonder if the original grips are K-frame. They are usually numbered, N-frames not always.
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I wonder if the original grips are K-frame. They are usually numbered, N-frames not always.
FWIW, seems most if not all my N frames (w/S/N serial numbers) that came with OEM grips, were numbered to the gun.
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THISD IS MY S -SERIES MOD 27 NO DASH WITH ivory GRIPS
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I wonder if the original grips are K-frame. They are usually numbered, N-frames not always.
They are n frame and marked as such, my sn is 166xxx and the grips are numbered 134 on the back, they fit snug on the right grip and teh left grip is loose, I’m not sure if the screw with it is too long, cause if I tighten it down it will stick out the right panel and if I back it out some then the left grip moves and isn’t seated proper
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