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Old 08-12-2008, 09:05 AM
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I don't know why this knife combo is not more popular. Looks like a good idea to me!!!
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Mod 60 with Rosewood boot grips from Kelly's.
Nice boot grips H Richard. Do you have a link to a website?
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Eagle Secret Service Rosewoods on a 342Ti:


Don't know about recoil yet, but the Eagle grips are .2-.3 ounces lighter than the Bantam grips.
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Even Lighter than the Bantams!!
I knew I liked those Eagle Secret Service Grips for a Reason..
Congrats!!
BTW Those burn marks on the outside of the cylinder were removed on mine by Birchwood Caseys Bore Scrubber & a Micro Fiber Towel
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Another ****** Pic of a Great Carry Gun!!
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Thanks for the cleaning tip.
I've only had one range session so far.
After I shoot it again, I'll attack those marks again.
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It worked for me, Much stronger than Hoppes which didn't even faze the carbon around the yolk area but the BCBS rubbed it off fairly easily..Also it's safe for the clear coat finish Too!!
Off Topic!! Lets See Those GRIPS!!
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I really like the grips that came on this 642-1. Does anyone know what they're made of(rosewood?), and where I can get a couple more pair?

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CDNN Has a set of grips that Look like that for $29.99ea..
Here's The Link CDNN S&W J Frame Coco Bolo Grips
Click The pic For a HUGE PIC..
BTW Great Looking Grips on that 642-1 ladder13
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Gary, the CDNN grips are nice, but they're hit or miss. I like dark grips. Once I ordered some K frame cocobolo's from CDNN and when they arrived were much lighter than the pics on their website. I sent em' back.
I really like the Spegel's you have on that 940, they are AWESOME. Maybe I need to break down and order up a pair of those.
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The Spegels are the Cats Pajamas..
I'm realy liking the Eagle Secret Service Grips that I put on my 342Ti, There a bit smaller overall & are very light weight, Great For Pocket carry ~So are the Spegels~
Here's a pic I took of the Spegel Grips right after unwrapping them, They are a work of Art, My ****** Pics can't even begin to show how good they look in person..
Craig Spegel BTS+ Cocobolo Centennial Boot Grips
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Old 08-20-2008, 08:28 PM
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Ajax Ivory Polymer on a 38-2.



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Here's a set that one of our forum members VM refinished.
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Now I have got my new pachmayr grips for the Bodyguard.
They were in the mailbox as I came from work today and I put them on the gun asap.

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Hi, All:
After looking at all the pictures of S&W J-frame grips, I have decided that a set of grips from Greg Spegil would be a good choice for my mod. 40. Well, how would one get in touch with Spegil? Another good looking set of grips is shown in several pictures, that have some great checkering, but the person that posted the picture, says only that they are from a maker there in Indiana. So, the grips that look the best to me I can't seem to be able to get in touch with the makers. Can anyone help?
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Her is a set of Buffalo horn grips that I would like to identify. The white markings on ith inside of the grips are very faint. One mark that I can identify is India. the other is SS3.
There is a beautiful light, white, grain that runs through the black of the grips, that is hard to se untill they are in good light. Here is a picture of them on my mod. 60. This picture does not show them very well.
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I've been wrong before and will be again, but I'd guess those are the Secret Service model from Eagle Grips. They do show a Buffalo Horn J Frame version for $145 on their website.
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Some old diamond magnas on my 640.

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Vintage Jay Scott imt stag and a t-grip on my model 38-1.

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I never knew imitation stags could look so good.
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Those are some Darn Good Looking Jay Scott Imitation Stags 455SD..
Very Nice!!
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Just because I love having praise heaped upon me, here is an unholstered pic.

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Very nice. Lead hollowpoints too. Old school rules.
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I didn't do the CT's on the 317 but here they are on the 34-1.

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For those of you who don't know, Don Collins makes GREAT grips. I saw a pic in this thread of some of his work. If I ever get to the point where I'm no longer "tech challenged", I'll try to post so pics of his work on my guns.
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Here's mine with Hogue wood grips:

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Man, those are beautiful grips, who is the maker please?
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Here is a picture of my S&W Mod.40 with Graig Spegel s++ "Boot Grips". As no one seems to make grips for the older Mod.40 S&W, I bought a set from Spegel made for the newer Mod.40, and cut them down to fit the older Mod.40. It was worth the effort, and I am well pleased with the grips.
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Here's a set of Ebony Eagle Grips. Just picked up the gun and grips yesterday




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Are those possibly these?
http://cgi.ebay.com/SMITH-WESSON-COMBAT-BOOT-GRIP-J-FRA..._trksid=p3911.c0.m14
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Hey Cocked & Locked - I am also in the market for new grips for my 36-1. I love the ones you posted on your model 60 by Altamont, but have searched all over the internet with no luck. Any ideas where I can get a pair of the same ones? Any suggestions would be apprecaited.
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Stags on my M34.
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M49 with old school Rogers Combat grips. Palm swells make it fit my hand really well, thanks to Mullah ElRon



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Thats a great looking m34!!
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Here's my 642, Pair of 940s & 342Ti all wearing Craig Spegels Centennial Boot Grips in Cocobolo
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I whittled down a pair of Herrett detectives and came up with these. They work pretty well.

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Model 36, no dash, factory nickle:

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Not an oldie, but shown as an example...
Heller 442 with CT-105 laser grips...
Not real pretty, but will do the job...

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Here is my 640:

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Do the Herrett's grip shoot well?
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