1911 Grips G10

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  1. pistolaccents.com

    pistolaccents.com New Member

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  2. glock2026

    glock2026 New Member

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    bottom for me. i got some on a wilson now.
  3. sabre03

    sabre03 New Member

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    I put them on my RRA and am very happy.

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  4. hogger129

    hogger129 Active Member

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    I like the Operator ones. How much is shipping and handling for these?
  5. TheGunClinger

    TheGunClinger Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    My Springfield Operator TRP came with the G 10 grips. Aggressive? You bet. To me though, they feel great. You sure wont drop your gun when firing. Plus, they look really look cool.

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  6. sweetokole

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    Those grips give the gun a real "tactical" look... and having just spent 3 gruelling days at the Shot Show... that is the "IN" look... I was also told that there is also a safety feature to the G-10... should a round inadvertently go off in the grip... shrapnel and stuff will exit the bottom... vs the sides if the grips were wood or plastic. Maybe someone should snope that.

    "Paint it black...or tan and they will buy it."
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  7. sandkicker

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    I worked as a design engineer virtually all my life. I hated the sales types for making such claims... Its almost absurd if you think about it. Much like buying a car insurance policy because it would also cover you if you are trampled during a monsoon in Times Square by a water buffalo. And... even if the material in the grip was "strong enough" to retain the results of a round going off in a mag, I would imagine that claim would only be valid if that was the one and only round in the mag... otherwise.!!! :)
  8. TheGunClinger

    TheGunClinger Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    I never heard about the safty aspect of the G-10 grips but if you are to go out in glory, with half a hand, then go out lookin good!:D
  9. deftec

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    the tac grips are made for gloved shooting and work well imo.


    love the trp, hope to have one one day....
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