Lipsey's stainless 44 special Bisley...

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Jim Puke

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I just Bisleyized my Lipsey's 44 special. Been thinking of doing it for a while, just haven't gotten around to it. I have had the gripframe for a while, so I put my son on it while ago. It turned out pretty good...frame is not a perfect fit, but it ain't about how it looks as much as how it shoots. Now, just got to get a set of grips.

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reloader

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It looks good with those grips. I like the Ruger rosewood grips also, nothing wrong with having a few sets of grips for the same gun.
 

Jim Puke

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reloader said:
It looks good with those grips. I like the Ruger rosewood grips also, nothing wrong with having a few sets of grips for the same gun.
Yeah, I like those grips fine...they just belong to another gun. I will have to look around and see what I can turn up. I have a black and brown holster( same holster...just different colors) so I can match about any color grips to a holster.
 

Bear Paw Jack

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That came out nice. Mine is a standard S/A. Wouldn't mind doing a bisley version. My Bisley version is a blue, but I like the stainless.
 

dougader

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I wish that had been offered. Blue is pretty, and I got one, but stainless is nice too, and I worry less about rust and webbed feet in rainy Oregon. 8)
 

Enigma

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Speaking of Bisley grips, who makes aftermarket Bisley grips THAT FIT? The factory grips sure don't - at least not on my two Bisleys.
 

GunHawk

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Is your Lipsey's stainless 44 special Bisley a flat top frame. I have a Lipsey's .45 flat top convertible and would like to Bisleyize it. Could you please pass on info on where to get the grip frame, hammer and trigger. Thanks Brad
 

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