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|02-03-2014, 07:36 PM||#1 (permalink)|
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Need help identifying wood grips
I had purchased a set of very nice wood grips for my Automag a while back. I liked them so much that I purchased a set of Smart Parts wood grips for my Trilly pump which I upgraded to use a carbon fiber slider frame. The thing is, when I saw the Smart Parts grips up close, they're nice but they're not exactly the same as the grips on my Mag. One guy who admired them thought that they were Smith & Wesson grips (doubtful). Anyway, if they're not Smart Parts, can anyone tell what they really are? Thanks.
Here they are on the Mag
...and on the Trilly (same grips)
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|02-04-2014, 04:56 AM||#2 (permalink)|
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hmm pretty. Don't know anything for sure, but there have been members on here who made custom wood grips in the past. Perhaps that is where they came from. again realy nice. I had some sp grips for a mag and they were nice and comfy.
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|02-04-2014, 07:22 AM||#3 (permalink)|
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Actually they most likely are "Smart Parts" grips. I bought out a huge assortment of NIB and NOS orphan Smart Parts grips and there was a significant difference between grips. This made it very difficult to match-up Orphan grips to make pairs. I always assumed they had multiple suppliers of the grips themselves and packaged pairs to sell under their logo.
There are some other grips in the Air Gun community that are similar and some that are exactly the same to the SP grips.
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