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The grips on my Official Police are a little small for my hand. Does anyone make a grip that will fit it? I'd like to stick with wood. At the gun show where I bought it I could have picked up a "T-grip" for it brand new in the box for $7...I suppose I should have gotten it, I just couldn't bring myself to pay $7 for it when I bought one at another table for $4.

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I'm sorry...I'm a new Colt guy...I swear I didn't know

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I put the original stocks from my Python on it...muuuuch better. Now I just have to find another set of Python stocks so I can put these away (I put a rubber grip (since it's rubber, is it still a grip?) on my Python and the original woodies are in such good shape that I don't want to use them)

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Have a pair of fullsize Python stocks, $25.00 + 5.00 shipping.
Just let me know.

[This message has been edited by Tusker10MM (edited 05-13-2003).]
 

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Originally posted by Tusker10MM:
Have a pair of fullsize Python stocks, $25.00 + 5.00 shipping.
Just let me know.

I'd love to, but mama said no (for now, anyway). I'll keep it in mind for the future. Thanks for the offer!

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I have a set of Herrett's "Detective" model grips on my 4" O.P. and love them. Herrett's custom makes these to fit your hand - you send then a tracing.
 
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