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Sojourner 07-26-2006 10:33 AM

Question on Sheridan grips
 
Anyone know if this would work on a Sheridan grip frames?

Frontier_Bill 07-26-2006 12:27 PM

I would venture to say not, because the screw hole looks too low to fit on a sheridan. (i could be mistaken, i dont have a marker near me to look at)
This looks like it might fit a sheridan gripframe though.

OOooooooo......
Would these work on a standard 45 grip frame??

shartley 07-26-2006 12:43 PM

Indeed the screw position is much too low to work with Sheridan frames used for paintball. And I am not certain the shape would fit either, but will not venture a guess.

Fluff 07-30-2006 08:49 AM

Bill your second grip would definately. What we call a .45 grip is indeed a government model 1911. Commander length and officers model are a trifle different iirc

shartley 07-30-2006 05:45 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Fluff
Bill your second grip would definately. What we call a .45 grip is indeed a government model 1911. Commander length and officers model are a trifle different iirc

I hate to say this, but they may not. Why? Because those were designed for the Colt .45. As someone who has fitted wooden grips for all kinds of paintball markers, I can tell you without a doubt that not all .45 paintball frames are the same dimensionally. Rubber front wraps get away with fitting MOST .45 paintball frames because they stretch or give. But wooden grips do not do that. All it takes is a slight difference in measurement from the screw hole to the front of the frame and the grips simply will not fit.

So my advice? Try before you buy if you can. Wood is not as forgiving in front wraps as rubber is. But with panels you can be pretty sure they will have no issues though. Or wood panels with a rubber front wrap.

Al Ray 07-30-2006 11:11 PM

If im not mistaken those first grips should fit BE guns. Agin without seeing them in person its hard to say for shure.

sniperfan 08-02-2006 01:38 AM

If you want really nice grips for a Sheridan check out "Herrets Grips"


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