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Old March 8th, 2017, 09:07 PM   #1
 
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Bulldog 44 Spl. grip change

The fourth and last grip change to my revolvers.




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lookin good...hopefully comfortable too
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4th maybe last who knows
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That makes a world of difference in that Charter Arms, BTW to the OP how do you like your Charter Arms?? I would be interested if these grips help with the recoil of .44 Special in a 22 ounce revolver.

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4th maybe last who knows
I changed the grips on my Taurus 65,66, Ruger SP101 ,.357 Magnums & Charter Arms Bulldog .44 SPL. When and if I buy another revolver I hope the grips are already wood grips.Grips are expensive....lol..
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ifithitu, How does the felt recoil feel using those grips as compared to using the grips that come with it. I recently purchased the same firearm. and shot right at 100 rounds of mild to heavy loads and didn't feel it was too extensive, what say you. BTW I do like those grips and would like to know where you got them if you don't mind.
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Those grips look good. They look like they would offer good control over the revolver. I am interested in what brand/ model they are.
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ngashooter, don't you just hate it when someone starts a post and won't answer simple questions, like where did you get those neat grips, or what is the make and model. I would think the least they could do is tell us it's a trade secret or whatever.
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Looks like Altamont grips.

https://www.altamontco.com/pistol-grips/charter/charter
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Thanks ACEn8's I put that in my favorites category, I do plan on buying some, as there prices are very reasonable.
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