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Discussion in 'Revolver Handguns' started by Wambli, May 12, 2011.
Colt Python, Ivory
I think there is one already, but ok
Anybody got any nice grips on their Ruger Redhawk of the non-super variety? My nephew has me looking for some for him.
I just recieved these GP100 rosewood target grips from Eagle Grips yesterday. They fit and feel great. I dislike the Hogues that come with them these days and the old style GP100 grips don't seat my right thumb comfortably.
BTW, I spoke with Bill, the gentleman at Eagle Grips sometime back when I ordered these. They sell out quickly and there is usually a long wait for them. I was pleasantly surprised when they arrived yesterday, long before I had expected them.
I called Bill again this morning to thank him for the prompt delivery and quality grips and he was very pleased to hear it. He's a genuinely nice man and sells an ecellent product. So if you're looking for grips, take a look at Eagle Grips.
Here's a link. http://www.eaglegrips.com/
I hope to have some nice grips to show.......some day. Beautiful Colt by the way. Have a full pic of her?
Thanks! Yes sir I do. Here she is with her S&W sister
Everybody is showing some very nice revolvers with beautiful grips. I have a GP100 that I would love to find pink grips. Can anybody point me in the right direction? If not, I may have to look into some of those beautiful wooden grips.
These guys have Pink grip inserts for that style of grip: Tombstone Gun Grips: Ruger GP100 Panels (79b)
thank you so much.
Cool, can ya get a speed loader in there?
It's relieved for one, but I just don't use them. I used to have several speedloaders, but found that I never used them, so it's a non-issue for me. With the 6" barrel, it's a range and woods gun. For the woods, I use either 200gr. hardcast Corbon or 180gr. hardcast Buffalo Bore ammunition.
Well, I would think your at the top of the food chain with that combo.
Yeah, they do pack a bit of a punch.
I like the stags on that little beauty.
Wambli, would you take a dollar for that nasty old Python?
You are little short brother
Actually it was a gift from a dear old friend and that gun means the world to me. I would not part with it for a truckful of cash.
As well you shouldn't. Although I wouldn't mind seeing a pic of the whole gun.