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Old 03-17-2013, 04:15 PM   #1
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Can anyone recommed a nice comfortable set of inexpensive grips for the mk iii. I love shooting it but the factory checkered grips aren't bery comfortable. I'm looking for black. Thanks everyone

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Old 03-17-2013, 04:36 PM   #2
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I agree that the Ruger plastic grips are pretty horrible.
I replaced mine with Hogue Wrap arounds. Comfortable and inexpensive. My only complaint is that they make it a bit more of a pain to reach the Mag release.
I originally tried to get the similar Pachmayr grips, but they were sold out everywhere at that time. I have older style set on my AMT Lightning (SS copy of the MK2.) They are quite nice. They have higher quality feel than the Hogues. Both work well IMHO.

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Thanks. I'm ordering a set now

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Can anyone recommed a nice comfortable set of inexpensive grips for the mk iii. I love shooting it but the factory checkered grips aren't bery comfortable. I'm looking for black. Thanks everyone
Would you want to sell your old grips?
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Probably not just in case I ever sell the gun I can sell it with both sets.

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Where did you pick up those grips at just purchased my first mark iii and I agree they are very uncomfortable. Also is there a good place to buy "upgrade" kits for the it also? Here is what I just got

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Where did you pick up those grips at just purchased my first mark iii and I agree they are very uncomfortable. Also is there a good place to buy "upgrade" kits for the it also? Here is what I just got
Except it has the factory grips
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I ordered mine from midway. 15 $

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So the grips are great. They fit mk ii or iii and are very comfortable

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Here are the ones I got for my hunter

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