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Old March 14th, 2020, 06:50 AM   #46
 
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I just purchased these for my newly acquired new Mod 45cal Blackhawk, I don't know if I m going to like them or not. I do know that I dont like the wood grips that came on the gun.
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I just purchased these for my newly acquired new Mod 45cal Blackhawk, I don't know if I m going to like them or not. I do know that I dont like the wood grips that came on the gun.
What material are the grips ... I don't recognize it .
Very interesting though .
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I sure do respect anyone and everyone's thoughts re grips...single action, double action, semi auto. It is a very personal thing.

Fer me, I go feel & function 100%. Doesn't matter how butt nasty ugly a grip may be...if it feels good in my hand, 'ats the one I run. YMMV....of course.

I do wish the really great "looking" grips actually felt good/shot well for me. Love a good looking gun as well.

Enjoy all the options!
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What material are the grips ... I don't recognize it .
Very interesting though .
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from the patterning, it looks like a laminated wood to me
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What material are the grips ... I don't recognize it .
Very interesting though .
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They are Stabilized Quilted Maple - Made by Chigs grips

He also made these insert panels for my Alaskan
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Here she is with her new shoes installed, so far so good. I will probably buy some Hogues for heavy range sessions. This is a holster I bought a couple years ago, I was thinking of buying a 5" Ruger when I bought it, just never got the opportunity until now. I steam fit it and its working great.
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Didnít care much for the gaudy Talo edition grips, so put on these bonded ivory Altamonts.
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