Purdy new grips

This is a discussion on Purdy new grips within the Related Gear & Equipment forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Installed these beautiful rosewood grips on my SIG P226 last night. Before and After Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk...

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    Purdy new grips

    Installed these beautiful rosewood grips on my SIG P226 last night. Before and After


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    Well done!!

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    Thank you ! For some reason I can not stand the sight of a the grips the 226 and 220 have .. I for some reason love the look of wood and steel for a sig same for bretta ..

    So very nice .. You doing it for looks or for control?
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    I just put mine on like 30 mins ago and I am quite pleased with it. The grips are a little fatter now which is nice for my hands and all the checkering is done where the fingers meet the grip. Now I'm just afraid of scratching it lol
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    Purdy new grips

    Quote Originally Posted by WrongRecroom View Post
    Thank you ! For some reason I can not stand the sight of a the grips the 226 and 220 have .. I for some reason love the look of wood and steel for a sig same for bretta ..

    So very nice .. You doing it for looks or for control?
    For looks but not without sacrificing control and comfort when carrying concealed.

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    I don't plan on slogging through the mud anytime soon, but if I do, I can always put the E2 grips back on.


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    Ooooooh, very nice!

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    Them's mighty purdy grips.

    I love the wooden grips on SIG Sauers and Walthers too, but they make the grips too fat for my hands. I had wood on both of my P88's and my P5. Still have a set on a P1, but I took the Nill's off of the P5. Now they just sit in the cabinet drawer.
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    Rosewood is my favorate flavor. Looks great!
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    That's just the way I'd want a SIG outfitted if I had one.

    Really sets off your pistol and makes me drool.
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    Very nice looking grips.

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