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Old 07-07-2013, 03:49 AM   #1
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Snarfed a Chiappa 1873 dual cylinder at the local gun show, but really hate the grips...
Colt grips will switch out with a little hand-fitting...

Searched the net a bit, but I'm not seeing any oversized grips for us guys with big paws...
can anyone throw me a bone here??

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NIce looking revolver. I cant help ya with the grips.


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Curl your pinky under the butt.
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I've got An H&R 900 series and it shoots great. What Hawg posted was the remedy! Same w/ the .44!
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I knew the pinky trick, I just can't stand the plastic grips

I may just find a nice piece of exotic wood and carve out a set...to spec


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