50th ANNV. 357 grip question.

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1ruger

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No they are not.
I just replaced the plastic grip on my 50th Anniversary 357 Mag with the factory rosewood grip and they feel about the same size. The smooth wood grip did feel 100% better than the original plastic grip.
 

contender

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If you want a fuller grip,, check out CLC grips or Pvt Schultz, (Plus there is another maker I can't remember right now that's a member here.)
Custom grips are the stuff to fit your hands & look good.
 

ShortBBL

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Do any of the custom makers make a grip that is the same size as the new Lipsey's? I really like the way it feels in the hand, but it would be much better looking with Holly or maple I think!
 

Yosemite Sam

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Forum member 41 Magnum makes both regular-sized grips for the 50th anniversary guns (I really need to memorize the grip frame name), as well as "extended" panels that are almost Bisley-esque:

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(And I gotta take a better picture.)

-- Sam
 

rhatimi

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JamesLoren":1y1moy96 said:
Hi, Are the ruger factory wood grips more hand filling then the black plastic ones? thanks.

The single actions that come with black plastic grips also have internal locks in em, :shock: so I've herd.
 
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