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Old 06-16-2017, 04:06 PM
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I installed them on all three today, and frankly, I don't
see what all the fuss is about. Other than a few extra
notches cutout in the panels model to model, they fit
fine. I suppose for a true purist on the MKI and MKII they
would be unacceptable, but for me they are okay. thanks, douglas
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Old 06-17-2017, 11:47 AM
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I installed them on all three today, and frankly, I don't
see what all the fuss is about. Other than a few extra
notches cutout in the panels model to model, they fit
fine.
I suppose for a true purist on the MKI and MKII they
would be unacceptable, but for me they are okay. thanks, douglas
Good to read the grips are working out for you. One of those cut-outs you refer to, in the left side panel was for the Mark II/III version grip frames that have a hammer pivot pin with a "head" on it. The cut-out is to allow clearance for that pins head. When used on the Standard, or Mark I grip frames, that cut-out will allow the "headless" hammer pivot pin on those pistols to drift to the left. You'll know right away if/when that happens.
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Old 06-20-2017, 03:54 PM
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thanks for the tip, I will keep my eye on it. thanks, douglas
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