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(stocks to be proper about it)

off with the Spegels


on with the VZ's
 

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I don't have a 1911 presently, but when I do get the one I want, I will get some of those VZ grips with thumb indentions. They seem like a great idea to reach the mag release easier. My Glocks have it and I like it.
 

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I guess after I shoot a match in the morning I'll know for sure.

Shot a borrowed 1911 with them last weekend, and really liked the control.

They sure enough don't move around in your hand.:wow:
 

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they look good,I've been going the other way and installing wood checkered grips.one of the great things about a 1911,make it yours.
 

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How do you like the operator grips? I have a couple sets of Aliens and a set of Gator backs and love the feel of them.
Only shot one mag with them last weekend.

Match tomorrow, so the jury's still out.
 

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G-10 is the only way to go in my opinion. I have never found a wood grip that is as aggressive. If I did, I may switch a few over but until then I'll stick with VZ's and Gunner's
 

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It's amazing how much grips can change a 1911...kinda like getting a new gun!
 

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I have a set of VZ Operators II... luv 'em.
 

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I have found some wood full checkered grips to be aggressively checkered (my preference) but G-10 gets the nod for all out toughness and ability to resist chemicals...
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I have some custom Esmareldas on order... cant wait to see how they turn out. I agree a new set of grips is like getting a new gun!
 
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