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Old 04-04-2012, 05:08 PM   #1
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Brownells' RoCo Walnut Grips


Made in Europe, smoothly finished, probably CNC'd and fit nicely. Slight mis-shading between left and right..but real well-grained wood's always going to mismatch a little. Feels good in the hand and the stippling's first class.
The color mismatch is NOT very noticeable except where it's joined in the back. Fits great and the inside inletting looks clean.

My Hogues were a little too red for me.

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Very nice!

My son has a pair of RoCo's on his 226 and really likes them.
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Much cheaper and easier to find than the Nils..probably a copy. The insert said made in europe, but it doesn't say where. The wood quality seems real nice. They're advertised as Turkish Walnut and it's a real fine grain with decent detail. The textured stippling makes for a nice grippy feel and they seem a little thinner than the Hogues.
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Those look pretty sweet. Ill have to check them out.
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I like it!!! Very NICE!!!
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Beautiful grips!
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Check out Sig P239 grip screws, they are a tad longer and should fit well for wooden grips that are thicker than stock grips.

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