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Old 09-07-2011, 12:35 AM   #1
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Default New Production Tyler T-Grips Arrived!

After all the news of the ownership change of Tyler Manufacturing and hearing about people who had begun receiving their old orders, I thought I would take a $30 gamble and order a T-Grip for my Model 66 no dash. I came really close to spending $100 on a 3R size on eBay a while back and I'm glad I didn't. It was approximately 4 weeks since I placed my order and I got the adapter in the mail today. Quality is very good and fit is right on the money. I've very happy that I took the chance on them and hope that my experience might convince others who are on the fence to go ahead and commit. Here are a couple photos of the no dash 66 with the T-Grip.



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I can't believe I didn't get any love with the T-Grips. I thought there were more "old school" guys on here that could appreciate the photos.

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I have the mail order form laying right here on my computer desk and waiting till next payday to send it off with a check.

It will reside on my wifey's Centennial Airweight 442.

Yes they are old school and so is she and so is me.

Your revolver looks fantastic!

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I can't believe I didn't get any love with the T-Grips. I thought there were more "old school" guys on here that could appreciate the photos.
Here's one old school guy who appreciates the look. That is a fine looking 66!

I,too, got two Tyler-t adapters in the mail yesterday. A quick turnaround for them, as I ordered on 4 September. The two flat black grips were affixed to my Model 17 and Model 36. I like 'em; the way they look and the enhanced grip.
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Let's see some pictures then!

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Let's see some pictures then!
Sorry, I haven't yet mastered pictures to computer.
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Them is sharp!
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I can't believe I didn't get any love with the T-Grips. I thought there were more "old school" guys on here that could appreciate the photos.
Excellent pix. I've had a couple of guns with T-grips. The T-grip makes a stock grip fit my hand better but today there are a lot of people making after market grips that work better for me.
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I agree. I've got some of those too. But for showing off...it's gotta be the magnas and T-grips!

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I have an old Model 10 Snubby with a set of T-Grips and stag grip panels...LOVE it. That 66 is a sweety.

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