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Old 01-24-2013, 03:52 PM   #61
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Very nice. I like those grips. I looked at the P938 when I bought my 238. I chose the 238 because it was a tad smaller and lighter. But the 9mm ammo is sure a lot cheaper. Someday I'll have a 9mm.
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Very nice. I like those grips. I looked at the P938 when I bought my 238. I chose the 238 because it was a tad smaller and lighter. But the 9mm ammo is sure a lot cheaper. Someday I'll have a 9mm.
Thank you. Took me forever to find someone that made wood grips for the 938. I highly recommend the 938 as I've had ZERO failures or problems with mine. I keep having to talk myself out of getting the 238. I don't need one, however I didn't "need" two 1911's either...
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Thank you. Took me forever to find someone that made wood grips for the 938. I highly recommend the 938 as I've had ZERO failures or problems with mine. I keep having to talk myself out of getting the 238. I don't need one, however I didn't "need" two 1911's either...
It'll be a while before I have money to buy a new gun. My next purchase will be a rifle, though.
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Nice DTD, I opted for the Extreme "Nightmare" version and had a few minor hiccups until I had a little over 200 rds thru it.
I do like your pistol's grips.

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Nice DTD, I opted for the Extreme "Nightmare" version and had a few minor hiccups until I had a little over 200 rds thru it.
I do like your pistol's grips.
Here is the site that I got the grips from http://www.highfiguregrips.com.
Fair prices (in my opinion) and pretty fast shipping. I'm not affiliated with the guy that makes them.

These smooth wood grips make a WORLD of difference while carrying. So comfortable against my back that I actually forget I've got my 938 on me sometimes.
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SP2022 (9mm) that I purchased in mid-January. First gun purchase in 8 years or so and now I'm afraid I've got the Sig Bug. Bought the Sig M400 Magpul MOE AR 15 a couple weeks ago. Just wishin' I hadn't come to the party so late.

Anyway, here's my 2022 and the second one is the 2022 with its big brother the M400.




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