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Old October 15th, 2019, 04:06 PM   #16
 
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The selected bronze combination is the same as mine - so of course its a good choice!



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Old October 15th, 2019, 05:51 PM   #17
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Replacement grips make them look like a totally different gun.

Ironically, I preferred the grip you didn't choose on all three colors.

Nice work.
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So many variations so little visa line of credit.
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Your grips look nice but they don't any of your frames worth a hoot!. Apparently the Wrangler frame is made to a different size. Your pics show terrible fit on the front bottom and back. Totally unacceptable to me. I swapped the grips from my SS onto my Wrangler and the fit totally sucked. If you can live with shoddy grip to frame fit got forth and be happy.
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Your grips look nice but they don't any of your frames worth a hoot!. Apparently the Wrangler frame is made to a different size. Your pics show terrible fit on the front bottom and back. Totally unacceptable to me. I swapped the grips from my SS onto my Wrangler and the fit totally sucked. If you can live with shoddy grip to frame fit got forth and be happy.
Well are there grips in wood, Diamond Back, that fit?
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Well are there grips in wood, Diamond Back, that fit?
The ones posted fit and fit very well, the frame is even all the way around. If someone expects them to be prefect flush they are delusional at best when purchasing a production based firearm. The pic angle may show shadow of uneven, they are even. Not flush like you would find in a custom firearm.

The single photos the grips are not bolted to the firearm just laying on the fire arm for pic reference. The trio pic the grips are bolted and even all the way around the frame. FYI
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The ones posted fit and fit very well, the frame is even all the way around. If someone expects them to be prefect flush they are delusional at best when purchasing a production based firearm. The pic angle may show shadow of uneven, they are even. Not flush like you would find in a custom firearm.

The single photos the grips are not bolted to the firearm just laying on the fire arm for pic reference. The trio pic the grips are bolted and even all the way around the frame. FYI
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Black with Walnut grips....I'm old school...
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Black with Walnut grips....I'm old school...
Agree, as simple as that sounds not a easy grip to find.
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I will second the group you picked BigAl624.
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I will second the group you picked BigAl624.
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I hope it helps with others thinking of a change.
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The ones posted fit and fit very well, the frame is even all the way around. If someone expects them to be prefect flush they are delusional at best when purchasing a production based firearm. The pic angle may show shadow of uneven, they are even. Not flush like you would find in a custom firearm.

The single photos the grips are not bolted to the firearm just laying on the fire arm for pic reference. The trio pic the grips are bolted and even all the way around the frame. FYI
I guess from your pics you can live with the poor fit. Go forth and be happy
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I guess from your pics you can live with the poor fit. Go forth and be happy
Sorry you don't like the grips. Show us your Wranglers. We would be happy to see more options.
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BigAl - Nice job of showing the possible combinations!! I don't have, nor want, a Wrangler, but I appreciate the effort you put into providing pics for all the variations. I'm sure that will help some folks who are considering grip upgrades. Well done.
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They all look great. Seems like switching them around could have been therapeutic.
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