Anyone try these GP100 grips?

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wsnyder0

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They are wood Nill grips. Any comments?

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http://www.nill-shop.com/product_info.p ... cts_id=300
 

Skalkaho Slim

Blackhawk
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I've had Nill grips for other firearms, but not a GP. I will say that they are very well made - to the point that I immediately sold them in fear of damaging them. ;)
 

Colonel Daddy

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Looks to be a handsome and highly user friendly grip.
I like their round butt better for CC.
 

Crashbox

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Wow, those do look nice- I just might get one of the round-butt grips for my GP100.
 

jbender

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They do look like sweet grips. I personally dont have a gp100 but my dad does he loves it. He has the 6" gp100 i guess he got it for some childhood john wayne dirty harry deal he had. He wants peal grips for it anyone know where we can find them?
 

sfhogman

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I've found that I'm really not too fond of grips that sort my fingers out for me. And honestly, after trying a few aftermarket grips, the standard GP100 grips- those with the wood panels- work just fine for me.

Your mileage may vary,
Jeff
 

Rob72

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It depends on what you're after. Those look to be a bit wide in the base, for me. I really like the Hogue hard nylon grips for carry- $25, the feel of wood and I don't mind getting them dinged.
 

dave

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I had combat grips from Nill.
After short use a bit of wood broke on the front side.
Now I use rubber/plastics ..
 

revhigh

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I prefer, after much experimenting, the original rosewood insert grips that came on the gun from the factory. I think they're perfect.

REV
 

LTB45

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I am using Hogue wood grips "Pau Ferro" looks just like walnut.
Feels great in the hand and I found them NIB online for $45.

I actually found that they put me back on target faster than grips without finger grooves.
 

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