Well, I got my snake skin grips in...

hoytinak

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and I like 'em.
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I know they are different but I seen them and just had to have a set. They are really comfortable with just a little bit of traction on them...plus I think they just look cool (which we all know really does matter
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). They are made on AlumaGrips SlimLine grips and very well made, I think they'll last a long time. What do ya think?

 

bikerbill

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like to know the cost, too, and whether they're one-off or can be ordered by anyone? they look fantastic! is this a carry gun? wonder how they'll hold up in day-to-day holstering ...
 

hoytinak

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I got them from Ron at www.kygrips.com for $107. Sadly though he is going through some severe health problems and I was his last order for now....but he has a list of people to contact when he starts makeing them again so if you want a set, I'd contact him and get on that list.

I don't carry it too often, but every once in a while during the colder months...I'm curious to see how they hold up as well.
 

hoytinak

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Thanks for the good replys, yall are making me feel better about them. My father gave me a little "talk" about how I ruined a perfectly good 1911 and should have went with wood...he was half joking but man does he hate them....I think it's funny. :D
 

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