1911 GRINCH grips!

Discussion in 'Gear & Accessories' started by Les George, Jul 15, 2009.

  1. Les George

    Les George New Member

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    I was set up next too the Universal Outfitters table at Blade show and got to check out Keith's stuff first hand.

    Of course, I got caught up in the madness of Blade show, and forgot to pick anything up from him then.

    After I got back from the show I called up Keith and got some G-10 goodness on the way to me! :cool:

    This GRINCH thing is pretty freakin cool, I think I heard about it once or twice before, but it's one of those things that seems to never have really blown up like you'd think it would...

    I dont know if I'll ever really need it, but I know I will never be with out a bushing wrench again!

    Basically you have a 1911 bushing wrench CNC milled into the back of the grip panel. There is an allen wrench in one of the grips that you can pull out, but is kept in place by a really tight fit and a rare earth magnet. It aint goin no where!

    Anyway, pics...

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    I even got a set of grips for my (don't laugh) Berretta 92

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  2. GM.Chief

    GM.Chief Well-Known

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    Very nice. Good idea. It always stinks when you need any tool and you don't have it handy.
     
  3. TSU45

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    Hmmm...I have never really needed a bushing wrench on my gun, but if I could fit an allen wrench for my full length guide rod up in there, I would be very very interested.
     
  4. Les George

    Les George New Member

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    Your probably right, but I am a sucker for a gadget! :banger: If the wrench for your guide rod didnt fit, I am sure Keith would run you a set that would work for it. :fighting0010:
     

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