WTB: Security six Ruger Target grips red walnut

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Looking for grips similar to these, used condition will work. Please send me a message. Also does anyone know what RLG, PT and PS mean on the Ruger box?
 

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Also does anyone know what RLG, PT and PS mean on the Ruger box?
If I had to guess, maybe something like -

RLG = Revolver, Large (this "big grip" style used on the target models)
PT = Pistol, Target (.22 auto wood with thumb rest?)
PS = Pistol, Standard (.22 auto plain flat wood)

Just guessing.
 
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According to labeling on the 6 pack shipping box:

RLG = Oversized Walnut Panels for Security Six
PS = Panel, checkered walnut w/o thumb rest (Most likely for the Mark series .22 autos)
PT = Panel, checkered walnut with left thumb rest (Again, most likely for the Mark series .22 autos)
 

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"Feel" is everything and very subjective. The grips that don't work for WAYNO are great for me. The grips you're seeking, I didn't care for at all. Too big, too slick, felt cheap; like S&W targets.

That being said, I only use them on a 6 inch Six Series.
 

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"Feel" is everything and very subjective. The grips that don't work for WAYNO are great for me. The grips you're seeking, I didn't care for at all. Too big, too slick, felt cheap; like S&W targets.

That being said, I only use them on a 6 inch Six Series.
Wayno, Hittmann: Do either of you know how the ones Wayno posted compare in size to the target checkered I'm seeking?
 

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I also came across these… but I THINK they're the same as the Ruger version just brown, no medallion. Both made by Sile I believe.
 

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I like those Sile grips.
To me, the one's WAYNO pictured ( vs. the Targets you pictured ) are slimmer and angled differently. WAYNO pictured grips have a sharper angle.
 

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I bought a set back then.
They were made of the plainest wood I've seen.
No grain pattern, medallions on crooked.
I wasn't impressed. Sold them here, I believe.
 
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