In the condition that they appear to be and if they are Python that is cheap.The market seems to be at least twice that or more.They do look like nickel Python stocks.JMO.D*
How are these identified as being for a nickeled gun?In the condition that they appear to be and if they are Python that is cheap.The market seems to be at least twice that or more.They do look like nickel Python stocks.JMO.D*
Not much to explain Gruesome, they are Diamondback grips, not Python.OK keystone Ill bite, explain
I completely concur with Marc; they ARE Diamondback stocks. Shaped slightly different than Pythons, especially in the bottom bell area.Not much to explain Gruesome, they are Diamondback grips, not Python.
Yep. But Daimondback grips sell for that much, even though I think they are the worst shaped grips ever devised. But original is original.All I want to know is how you are going to get those Diamondback Grips to fit your Python????????? :bang_wall:
Me too...stocks are for rifles...No one is crustier then me and I calls 'em grips.
Some folks are adamant about what they "think" they might have, contrary to fact. Our annual gun show 2 weeks ago I spied a ziplock bag with what appeared to be Colt stocks in it marked "Python Stocks". I asked the seller to pull them out of the case and immediately noticed they were target stocks for a Trooper but with a $350 price tag. I politely informed the gentleman that the silver medallions were not indicative of "Gen II" (the smiley) stocks/grips but he held his position that they were Python wood. I thanked him and went on my way. I was cordial, I tried to be educational and in the end he's still selling Trooper stocks as Python. That old saying about leading a horse to water rang very true in that instance.Thanks for all the replies the guy still insists they came off a Python so not going to argue with him. By the way I was brought up that handguns had grips and long guns had stocks but this is America and everyone can have an opinion Jim
It's the shape of the top of the stocks/grips when looking at them from the front. When looking at the back, it's the metal bushing and the extended wood at the bottom. The Diamondback has the shorter grip frame like the newer model Det. SpecialsSTOCKS STOCKS STOCKS I cant tell from looking at a pic like U guys can. Is it the insert at the bottom that gives it away. U guys are good, but it pays to be good when its ur bread and butter