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    The 210 is in the bag, as usual I'm being jerked around but it is enroute. Said a couple days to arrive, been 8 now. Then have to do the paperwork and then a couple weeks in the holding cell while they determine I'm ok to own a gun for the 150th time.

    I'm off to work today (worked yesterday too) to add to my keep up with Greg fund. It'll never happen of course but I do love a challenge and a good way to go ya know. Man has great taste.
    In Memory of Paul "Dietrich" Stines.
    Dad: Say something nice to your cousin Shirley
    Dietrich: For a fat girl you sure don't sweat much.
    Cue sound of Head slap.

    RIP Muggsy & TMan

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    Congrats on the 210 Colonel!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dao View Post
    They look great. I'm sure they look even better in hand. And feel good too. How are they for grippiness?
    Thanks! They provide a decent grip, better than smooth would and some checkering. The left panel has a bit more texture than the right, but most of that is towards the rear and of not much benefit for a right hand shooter. The grips work real well in concert with the front strap checkering.
    Quote Originally Posted by BirdsThaWord View Post
    Very nice! I think you nailed it putting them on the TLE. Stag looks good on a polished gun, but twice as good on a blue/black gun in my opinion.
    Thanks! I had stag on the TLE before, but moved them to a Colt I refinished.


    Bawanna, the above is the set from Grashorn.
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    Greg
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    Quote Originally Posted by gb6491 View Post
    Thanks! They provide a decent grip, better than smooth would and some checkering. The left panel has a bit more texture than the right, but most of that is towards the rear and of not much benefit for a right hand shooter. The grips work real well in concert with the front strap checkering.
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    That's one of the reasons why I'm hesitant to spend a lot of money on a set Greg. Because each grip is essentially unique you can't really tell how it will fit your hand until they're on the gun. If I was serious about them and I was able to visit a maker like Bawanna and try them on my gun, that would be the ideal way to be sure.
    With a "perfect" grip that matched my hand I can't think of a better looking, custom-made grip. There's something about genuine stag grips and scales that just looks just right. And screams quality.

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