This is a discussion on Grips for a 1911 within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by agullett Pogo2, Where did you get those thin cocobolo grips? Those are Chip McCormick brand thin cocobolo grips. You can buy them ...
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I guess the grips in style today have a more aggressive texture then those of yesteryear. I have several 1911s with 'tactical' rough grips, but I think my favorite grips are these stag ones:
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Houge Grips on my RIA
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I'm a big fan of their grips.
I like these:
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