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I picked this up today and wanted to know if anyone knows who's wood grips these are for sure. They look like Hogue but I'm not sure. Thanks for all responses. I'm not a fan of wood grips but these feel great.
 

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From the lack of a side screw holding the grips on the frame I'd say they are most likely Hogues as well.
 

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Agreed that these appear to be Hogue-Mono grips.
Many people don't look closely at the Hogue site so they don't see that Hogue offers options such as contrasting grip caps and no finger grooves.
 

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Agreed that these appear to be Hogue-Mono grips.
Many people don't look closely at the Hogue site so they don't see that Hogue offers options such as contrasting grip caps and no finger grooves.
I looked at their website but I couldn't find these exact ones on there. They might be an older model.
 

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Hogue's or not, they are fine looking stocks.
 

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Not sure what your wood is but look here on their website

model no 47331
There close but they are not the same ones. If you look closely at the ones on mine they are rounded at the bottom and flare outwards which you really can't see in the pics. I think they are older Hogue's. Thanks for everyone's input.
 
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