New grips for my Colt Pocket Nine

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    New grips for my Colt Pocket Nine

    Hi Guys... I thought I would post some pics of my Colt Pocket Nine with it's new Diamond grips.It does draw better from the pocket with these on.I think it looks very classey.
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    Now it's looking dressed up and I hope it has somewhere to go. Fine looking grips. Where did you get them and how much. I had to ask as mine is now pissed off cause he doesn't look that good....LOL
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    Nice looking grips!
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    Very nice Stocks.! I really like the checkering.

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    Where'd you pick up your grips?

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    Quote Originally Posted by vietnamvet66 View Post
    Now it's looking dressed up and I hope it has somewhere to go. Fine looking grips. Where did you get them and how much. I had to ask as mine is now pissed off cause he doesn't look that good....LOL
    I got the grips from a private sale online for $75 .There is only one place that I know of that sells grips for the Pocket Nine,I think it is called Collins grips or somthing like that.Thanks to all for the kind replies.
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    Nice grips and very sweet pistol. Congrats!
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    I was afraid you were going to say Collins. In an e-mail exchange with Don earlier this year, I asked about the possibility of getting some wooden grips made. His reply was that the only grips he now had for the Pocket Nine were the Dymondwood grips shown on his website.

    I'll pass on the synthetic material, thank you very much.

    Still, your grips are awfully nice looking! They must be grips he made some time ago.

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    My grips were not made by Collins.They are made by SM&A.
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    Sorry for confusing what you said in your earlier e-mail. So, SM&A made those grips, eh? You made a nice find there. Since Doug McDougall passed away, Mac Scott has weened himself from gunsmithing. Shame . . . since they did some excellent work on the trigger action of Pocket Nines. And . . . apparently they made some nice looking grips, as well!

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    Love the wood grips, enjoy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MgoBlue View Post
    Sorry for confusing what you said in your earlier e-mail. So, SM&A made those grips, eh? You made a nice find there. Since Doug McDougall passed away, Mac Scott has weened himself from gunsmithing. Shame . . . since they did some excellent work on the trigger action of Pocket Nines. And . . . apparently they made some nice looking grips, as well!
    I think SM&A or someone did a trigger job on my Colt Pocket Nine.The trigger is quite nice so it must of had a trigger job done in the past.I am also getting two Scott,McDougall mags for my nine.I am still looking for a good holster for it.
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    If you ar looking for an IWB, Don Hume Leather H715M Nr.81 is what I am using Great gun fit and very comfortable. I got mine at a gun show 6 years or so ago for $10 or $15. From their site, looks like they are around $35 now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vietnamvet66 View Post
    Now it's looking dressed up and I hope it has somewhere to go. Fine looking grips. Where did you get them and how much. I had to ask as mine is now pissed off cause he doesn't look that good....LOL
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