SP-101 with some new Badgers

SP-101 with some new Badgers

This is a discussion on SP-101 with some new Badgers within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Got these Badgers last week. Very nice feel, except for a slight mismatch of the two halves of the grip. It may be I can ...

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    SP-101 with some new Badgers

    Got these Badgers last week. Very nice feel, except for a slight mismatch of the two halves of the grip. It may be I can just uninstall and reinstall with an eye toward lining the halves up better. Otherwise, a little sanding will resolve. These are much more concealable than the Hogues I was using.





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    Nice looking gun, and grips.
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    Sweet! Where did you get them? May be a stupid question but I wouldn't ask if I knew.

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    Awesome! +1 on the coolness factor

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    Quote Originally Posted by Passin' Through View Post
    Sweet! Where did you get them? May be a stupid question but I wouldn't ask if I knew.
    I ordered them directly from Jim Badgers website:

    Ruger Pistol Grips

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    Fantastic look gun you got there Willieboy.
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    Those really look good...I've been looking at those for my SP101, I just can't decide between the boot grip and the full grip...
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    If concealment is your goal, the boot grips are better.

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    Exact ones I have on my 2-1/4" SP-101. Mine line up okay, but they don't quite come together at the seam. Thinking about removing some internal material with a Dremel.

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    Very cool. I have the same ones, but in the natural walnut stain. Mine don't fit exactly perfect either.

    Mine have quite a bit of forward backwards play. I just stuffed a rubber washer into the grip before putting them to together to take up some of the play.

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    They look very cool, but that's a lot of money to spend on grips that don't fit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Willieboy View Post
    I ordered them directly from Jim Badgers website:

    Ruger Pistol Grips
    Thanks. Those are nice looking.

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    Nice looking grips, and they make the gun look like a 'monster'.
    I do agree with TonyW, for the $$, the grips should fit perfectly.
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    Nice grips

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    That was cool!
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