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.45 1911 "Diamond" Walnut Grips


Price: $13.95
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Item Number: GRP162

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These brand new walnut grips are made in the original WWI style with the "Diamond" pattern checkering. Give your .45 Auto the classic look and feel of the original Colt 1911 design!

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(21 Ratings, 9 Reviews) Average Rating:
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Nice.
David Prigga (Sistersville, WV) 12/8/2015 2:33 PM
These grips were nicely made. They are unfinished, so they will need either boiled linseed oil or tung oil rubbed on and let dry. The walnut of my set has some really nice swirling figure to them. They are going on my Cimarron Arms 1911 to complete the pre-WWI look of the pistol. Double diamonds were standard then.
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great grips
Eric Rigg (Independence, MO) 1/17/2015 9:34 PM
look good,well made,unfinished wood, not cut for ambi-safety ,but is easy fix, highly recom.mend
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Great grips for the price.
Kevin Waddle (Ontario, CA) 9/8/2014 3:47 PM
The grips I received are real walnut with nice grain and hand cut checkering. There is no finish on the wood, so they look great with a nice bit of hand rubbed oil. I did need to fit the left side grip to clear the plunger tube on my frame, but, other than that, they fit very well. I don't think you could find a better set of classic 1911 grips for under $14! Very pleased with my purchase!
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Great for the price.
Christopher White (Jonesboro, AR) 5/16/2014 6:28 PM
Thick and chunky with nice checkering. I had to trim a bit off the left panel at the top so it would clear the slide release and safety. I expected this as my 1911 has doesn't have GI spec parts. Great grips at a fantastic price. Buy these!
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Real Checkering
Gerald Powers (PHOENIX, AZ) 1/8/2014 3:15 AM
Great wood and great fit for my 1918 Colt 1911. But what was really pleasing was to see actual checkering done on the wood, not the pressed in kind seen elsewhere. Am sure it was real checking as it had the same kind of small mistakes I used to have when I did checkering. Some lines were incomplete. Should be easy to fix
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