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Old 05-17-2013, 12:51 AM   #1
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Just got my new grips for my Beretta 96-A1 (.40 S&W)



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Old 05-17-2013, 01:07 AM   #2
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Wouldn't notice a difference, that gun is too beautiful overall to recognize such a small change!
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Ya I agree sweet gun!!
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I originally purchased a set of rosewood grips but it was too much of a contrast and didn't look right with the gun. These blend in more and look much better than the stock plastic ones. IMO
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Nice . Great looking hand gun.
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Those look to be a wood grain, are they?
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Those look to be a wood grain, are they?
Yes, I didn't care for the look of the cheap plastic grips that it came with. I searched high and low for these. They are from www.handgungrips.com. They re slightly thicker than the factory grips but I like that since I have big hands.
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Yes, I didn't care for the look of the cheap plastic grips that it came with. I searched high and low for these. They are from www.handgungrips.com. They re slightly thicker than the factory grips but I like that since I have big hands.
Dear lord, your hands must be those of a gorilla. The only reason I steer clear of that gun is because my hands are too small, even with the stock grips.
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