New grips for kimber&EMP

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    New grips for kimber&EMP

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    I love that one on the EMP! That would look so good on mine!

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    Nice grips, does the EMP use the same size grips as a regular 1911 or do you need to order smaller grips?
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    Where did you get the grips?

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    DSC00771.jpgHard to beat VZ's on a 1911.
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    VZ grips, about 70.00 each.. The EMP grips are alittle different size than a regular 1911, but the company makes them specifically for the emp.. Just specify when ordering. Thanks yall

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    Yes, but how they feel? And how do they feel after a box at the range?

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    After shooting a box you go home and remove the grips and take a piece of sand paper and knock down the spots that rub ur hands. After that, ur good to go.. I love'em..

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    To tell you the truth I never would have thought of taking sandpaper to $70 grips.

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