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Old 11-27-2012, 04:31 PM   #1
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Anyone know of a place online that does custom revolver grips? Either wood or rubber. Preferably rubber.
I found a few places but all only do a few different guns like 1911s, rivers, s&w. I am looking for q place that can do any gun lime a EAA revolver.



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Old 11-27-2012, 04:33 PM   #2
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TRY Hogue grips



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Ahrend's has some beautiful stuff.

http://ahrendsgripsusa.com/index.htm

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+1 on Ahrends. They will even use wood supplied by the customer.

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Pure custom, or something like from Eagle or Hogue?

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Can't imagine wanting rubber grips on a gun!

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Bob rubber may not look purdy but the right rubber grips do make heavy recoiling pistol easier to hang on to for that follow up shot if needed. I do use them on my hunting revolvers. I only have 36 years of handgun hunting with wood and rubber. Wood went to the gun safe decades ago but I do like the looks of nice wood grips.

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Bob rubber may not look purdy but the right rubber grips do make heavy recoiling pistol easier to hang on to for that follow up shot if needed. I do use them on my hunting revolvers. I only have 36 years of handgun hunting with wood and rubber. Wood went to the gun safe decades ago but I do like the looks of nice wood grips.
My experience has been just the opposite. Rubber seems to give a heavy recoiling gun a "running start" before impacting my hand. And the sort of "sticky" feeling prevents my shifting my grip for slight adjustments.

If they suit you, fine with me. Me, I prefer ivory.

But I can only afford wood.

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Either. Doesnt matter. Custom, Hogue. Whatever. I emailed one place and he said he couldnt do it because the EAA revolver has a "spike" grip frame.

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What revolver from eaa . Windicator?? They are a post type frame like a Dan Wesson revolver grip. Give LB Customs a call and maybe you to can come up with something. Only one i know of thats small enought to maybe help out and makes post type grips. http://lbcustomgrips.com/



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