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Old March 8th, 2017, 12:12 PM   #1
 
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Just received my new #9 Maple grip panels from Chigs Grips. I really like the green against the matted finish of the Wiley Clapp GP100.
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Nice! I love Chigs grips. Chad is the man! He made a custom set of grips for my daughter's Flattop. I'll post pictures when I can. Highly recommend him!
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Nice! I might have to purchase a set of the Ruger rubber grips just to be able to change out the grip panels
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Just received my new #9 Maple grip panels from Chigs Grips. I really like the green against the matted finish of the Wiley Clapp GP100.
That is a great color combination! Color me jealous!
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Yes, I do really like that color with the matte stainless finish. To me there just isn't any grip more comfortable for the GP100 revolver than the Lett's style rubber and wood grip panels like you have.
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Check out www.altamontco.com for custom grips. I ordered their textured rubberised front and rear rubber grip and then selected my wood panels for my GP100. I love them so far and feel better than the standard Ruger wood/rubber grips.
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There are always cool things to see at the Chigs website. You can really make your gun distinctively yours for not a lot of money. I like the looks of the OP's revolver.
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Cool color.
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that is slick! makes me want a GP100 even more
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Both the firearm finish and the custom chig grips make that firearm really stand out. Chigs grips are my first stop and my last when it comes to dressing up the revolvers. Outstanding workmanship and all done my hand at a great price.
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Just received my new #9 Maple grip panels from Chigs Grips. I really like the green against the matted finish of the Wiley Clapp GP100.
Very nice, looks great. Chigs Grips have a fantastic variety, have purchased from them in the past, very satisfied.
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Grips look nice!!!
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Awesome pics!!! Enjoy
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Nice- very tempting
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