What kind of J Frame grips are these?

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    What kind of J Frame grips are these?

    I really like these grips, but can't seem to find anything like it out there on the net. Anyone have any idea who makes these?


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    Looks like someone sanded half the checkering off them!Sorry can't tell ya the manufacturer though.

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    I'm not trying to yank your chain, but just asking...have you taken them off and seen if they have any information on the inside?

    From the picture, it almost seems as if the top of the back strap was sawn off, in addition to some of the checkering sanded off? Is is possible they're homemade?
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    They remind me of the old Herters grips.

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    They're not mine. I just found the pic on the internet and kind of like em. I will do a google search for Herters. Thanks.

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    They might have started out with something like these.
    Smith & Wesson Compact J Frame Round Walnut Grips New Sile
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    Quote Originally Posted by HeadHunter View Post
    They might have started out with something like these.
    Smith & Wesson Compact J Frame Round Walnut Grips New Sile
    They sure do look like them, I'll give you that.
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    The price is right. They only want $14 for them. May have to give them a shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danimal View Post
    The price is right. They only want $14 for them. May have to give them a shot.
    Thats a great price for something you want to carve up!
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    Quote Originally Posted by semperfi.45 View Post
    Thats a great price for something you want to carve up!
    Who said anything about carving?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danimal View Post
    Who said anything about carving?
    I guess I did!

    Still a great price for grips that you're not going to carve.
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    Pachmayr makes a rubber grip just like that (except for the piece someone cut off on that bodyguard) I have the wood ones here at home just like them. But, they are a better grade wood, no name on them.
    PS thats refered to as a shrouded hammer.

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