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Old 10-14-2012, 13:29   #1
supaduparob
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Need help finding Browning .380 grips

I have Been looking for a pair of pearl gripsClick image for larger version

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ID:	228362 for my fathers nickel plated Attachment 228361bda.380 & have had no luck.hopefully an old timer on here can shine some light as to where I should find them.

Thanks in advance

Gun shown is an example of what I'm looking for "NOT MY POPS"

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Old 10-14-2012, 20:51   #2
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That's a rebadged Beretta Modello 1934.

Any grips fitting them should work fine.

Browning has 'rebadged' several guns, ranging from the Beretta 84, Sig P220 and a few others.
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Old 10-14-2012, 23:13   #3
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That's a rebadged Beretta Modello 1934.

Any grips fitting them should work fine.

Browning has 'rebadged' several guns, ranging from the Beretta 84, Sig P220 and a few others.
I'm having a hard time loading my fathers pistol this picture was just to show what it was he wanted.
I appreciate the reply chief
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Old 10-15-2012, 00:50   #4
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You might try "Ajax grips" The company has been sold but their might be a link to who has their stock. They were making those type I don't know if they made them for the Beretta/Browning but it might give you a start
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If it's a BDA .380, and it was made in the 70s/80s, it's a Beretta Model 84 with a different slide.

Grips should interchange, and you can get ivory (not always pearl) grips, they won't be cheap.

Pearl grips.......not much demand for them. They're around, but not cheap.
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