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Old 02-12-2012, 07:55 PM   #1
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I am looking to get a set of Trausch Grips for my Ruger SP101. I went to their website and a Gun Blast forum comes up. Do you guys know who might sell them? Thanks for the help.

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Click on the link below,
Click on Menu
Click on Grips and the Ruger is the first one up.

Trausch

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Since the info isn't on his web site, his first name is Jackie, a super gentleman. His grips put your hand at a very comfortable distance from the trigger. Most are the firm rubber type and easy on the hand.

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