NOS grips

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    NOS grips

    I got a vintage set of Jay Scott stag grips for my S&W 649. Came in original box with warranty card and all. They're a little thicker than the stock grips, but they actually fit my hand better. What do you think? Here's the after and the before.
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    Abt the same to. Me, go with what you like best....myself I like the rubber grips that came on my 642..
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    Those are sweet, now all you need is a T-grip!
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    Nice! I do love the look of the old style grips.
    There is a vendor they call “the grip lady” at local gun shows here in Colorado that has a huge selection of NOS grips. I got a set of S&W branded Dymondwood for my 442. And added a BK grip adapter.
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    I took it out shooting last weekend and found I hated shooting the gun with the grips on it. They worked fine but the back edge of the grip frame really hurt the nerve in my thumb. So I put my cheap $7 Sile grips back on. They don’t look nearly as nice but they sure shoot more comfortably.
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