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Old 12-29-2009, 11:54 PM
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Does anyone know where I can get a quality set of wooden grips for my .357? Preferrably without finger grooves- my fingers sit on the bumps inbetween the grooves and I hate it
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Just checked TFL's search and these are recommended a lot

http://www.ahrendsgripsusa.com/retro.htm
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Special order? No thanks. Anyone else have an idea of where I can get some grips?
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http://www.getgrip.com/
http://www.eaglegrips.com/

Hogue grips are popular and have a wide selection as does Eagle. (I don't have any experience with either of them) What kind of finger groove grips do you have? I have factory combat stocks on my 586 with the finger grooves and love them. It originally had target stocks.

Here is a crappy pic of mine.

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I have the Hogues that are stock on the 686 and I hate them
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Get them from S&W's website or look on Gunbroker for a pair of L-Frame wooden ones. I think K frames fit too.
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I found a set of stock wooden grips w/o grooves on Midway USA's site, but they're so damn expensive
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Get them from S&W's website or look on Gunbroker for a pair of L-Frame wooden ones. I think K frames fit too.
Yeah K-frames grips will fit too. That's what my grips came off of. You have to make sure they're square butt or round butt. Ebay is another place.
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Yeah I got my 1911 grips on Ebay, but they were plastic. Unless you find a fantastic deal or a real bad condition pair, expect to pay quite a bit for wood S&W grips.
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I guess I'll just have to spend all my money then- or I could just wait until my uncle buys my shitty High Standard
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