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Badger or Ahrends?

Discussion in 'General Firearms Forum' started by youngbuck, Apr 16, 2013.


  1. youngbuck

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    He's Tyrone!

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    Got a S&W 66 4" square butt that I am wanting to change the grips on. I need more grip near the top to fill my hand but I can not get used to the skinny to fat flow of the stock grip. Any pics would also be appreciated
     
  2. Jason D

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    Ahrends are top shelf when it comes to quality wood grips. However is pays to get the better finish.
     

  3. ronin.45

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    I'm an Ahrends fan.
     
  4. skeeter7

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    I'm also an Ahrends fan. I've been more than pleased with their grips thus far.
     
  5. agarr

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    Ahrends or Craig Spegel
     
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