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  1. druryj

    druryj Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Got these G-10s today; gray/black. I don’t know if I like these or the Bonded Ivory better. But options. I got ‘em.
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    edit: adding pics of Bonded Ivory grips per post #2
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    The ivory

    But you should probably put both pics in the above post
     
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    I like them both, especially the ivory. Not sure about these, but they are pimp... jbTk4Jj2RJOv8%LIAgnARw.jpg
     
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    druryj Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Man, you need a gold tooth to go with those, or a big brim with a feather.
     
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    I actually like the ivory better on that gun.

    But I'm thinkin' the gray/black would look great on nickel or stainless.
    :drunk2:
     
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    Altamont also makes the bonded ivory with the grip adapter built in:
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    they also make CharlieWH2O's grips for you J frame...
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    You should spend that money on ammo and shoot it.
    You've become an Instagram whore.
     
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    Instagram? What is this Instagram you speak of? And don't be bitter how other people spend their money. Thank you.


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    @zipty6: Yes they do; that style is common called "boot" grips. The stock rubber grips on my J-Frame are this same boot grip style and my buddy gave me a set in Rosewood, also from Altamont. I prefer the Classic Panels myself, also known as Magna Grips. Think Dragnet; Joe Friday and all those old TV Detective guys...they all had Magnas on their gat. Boot Grips evolved from the combo of Magna Grips and a Tyler T.
     
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