Friday, October 1, 2010

K22 Grips.


K22 Grips for less than 20 bucks, shipped.


Cheap, cheesy, plastic target grips for my Colt Python. They FEEL great. Everything on Ebay somewhere.

Ebay is a great thing. These correct target grips were in Canada. Low price due to the condition but heck, my pistol is pretty beat. Can't wait to shoot it. The fellow even included a Canadian dollar coin to show the Redhead.

Update: Every time I clean the K22 I get another big hunking swag of lint, dirt and oil out of some crevice, nook or dark hole. Still toothpicking around. A=Seems to get a little cleaner and smoother every time I shoot and clean it.

10 comments:

Old NFO said...

Nice! :-)

Anonymous said...

A loon?

Tam said...

They're not worn, they have character. :)

Ed Rasimus said...

Is it just me, or are the Python grips specifically left-handed? Thumb rest seems like it would be in the way of a right handed shooter.

Timmeehh said...

As the Scots say, not worn, but it is well used.

New Jovian Thunderbolt said...

Wait, these old grips I took off, to use Hogue rubber instead, are VALUABLE to people? Good to know.

Anonymous said...

Sweet stocks, wish I still had my 3 T. I can think of four of them, but I have only owned one. DO NOT let go of them, either the S&W, or the Colt. A GOOD GUN IS JUST THAT, a good gun. Keep that thing.

Montie said...

Ed,

I used to have a set of grips like that on a Trooper I got in a trade. If memory serves me correctly (and these days there's no guarantee of that), the "thumbrests" are on both sides of the grips and didn't interfere with trigger access.

Tam said...

"Wait, these old grips I took off, to use Hogue rubber instead, are VALUABLE to people?"

If I had to make a prediction, brasshopper, they'll be valuable to you one day, too. I mean, I used to think that Hogues were the bomb diggity shizznit, too...

Paul said...

Say Robert, do you know how to take a Smith apart and do an action job to smooth out everything?

Well just this evening I did just that on a j airweight (with the internal lock.) Man they have changed in insides! And they did it to lower the cost of manufacture. The rebound slide is pushed foward by a pin that rotates on the trigger. Well the new pin is not 'pinned' but slotted and it falls out while taking it apart!

But my roscoe is all back together, snoother and lighter than ever before (but totaly reliable!)