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Old March 14th, 2017, 12:46 PM   #1
 
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New badgers for the SP101

Put new Badger Grips on the SP101 today. Like the match to the GP100 44SPL. I did have to do a little file work on the ones on the GP though.






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I like them a lot. I'm actually considering putting the original grips back on the 44 as they are still a little wide at the top and I'm not sure I can file them any more, but the SP Grips are perfect as is.
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Nice set of matching grips.
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Thank you everyone. I love these pistols that Ruger makes!!
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I like those grips!
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