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Old 09-09-2019, 06:35 PM
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Finally got my Rink Grips for my Ruger MkII. Pic attached. Haven't tried them yet, but looking forward to this weekend.
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Old 09-09-2019, 07:03 PM
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VERY nice!!!! not fair only one picture of them...

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Old 09-09-2019, 07:42 PM
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Very nice. Where did you buy them? I have a couple of pistols in need. Thanks.
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Old 09-09-2019, 08:15 PM
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Very nice. Where did you buy them? I have a couple of pistols in need. Thanks.
I got them from a guy on the Bullseye-L forum for $200. He bought them new for $270 but didn't like them, too small if I remember correctly. He had to wait 3 months for them to get made and shipped from Germany. I have small hands, and they feel just right. I have Rink sized small on my Benelli MP90 so I knew these for the Ruger would work.
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Old 09-09-2019, 08:20 PM
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BTW, this is the Ruger MkII that I found at a pawn shop in Wisconsin. Still new, even had the inspection sticker on the frame, and the stickers on the magazines. Paid $250 for it. I had an aftermarket rear sight, Merrit I think, then put in a Volquartzen trigger kit. I think I have less then $600 into it. Should make a decent backup gun for Bullseye.
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I have purchased direct from
https://www.formgriffe.de/en/

http://us.nill-shop.com/Adjustable-Match-Grips-Pistols

I have Nill on Hammerli 208s and SW 41

and Rink on another 208s

Nill fits my hand the best

Oh , and Nill on my Steyr air pistol
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Old 09-10-2019, 01:30 AM
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Finally got my Rink Grips for my Ruger MkII. Pic attached. Haven't tried them yet, but looking forward to this weekend.
Now get a BoMar type sight on it.
https://stores.kensight.com/ruger/
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Old 09-14-2019, 01:05 PM
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I have purchased direct from
https://www.formgriffe.de/en/

http://us.nill-shop.com/Adjustable-Match-Grips-Pistols

I have Nill on Hammerli 208s and SW 41

and Rink on another 208s

Nill fits my hand the best

Oh , and Nill on my Steyr air pistol
I have a pair on my Hammerli 208, they fit my hand perfectly. Hoping to get a pair for my Smith 41 and HS Victor. I bought the pair I have from a guy in our bullseye league. Stamped on the outside is "LRBO", does that indicate the large size?
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Old 09-14-2019, 09:26 PM
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I got to try out these Rink Grips on my Ruger Friday night. Major improvement over the Herretts Nationals that I had on it. I'm now closer to the scores I get with my Benelli. A little sanding here and there for better fit, and I'm sure they will do me good.
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Old 09-14-2019, 11:56 PM
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I have a pair on my Hammerli 208, they fit my hand perfectly. Hoping to get a pair for my Smith 41 and HS Victor. I bought the pair I have from a guy in our bullseye league. Stamped on the outside is "LRBO", does that indicate the large size?
My guess would be the L stamp on your grip means Large. The Rink grip on my Benelli says:

MP95u
SRBOd

And on my Ruger it says:

MKIII
SRBO

Both are Small grips, so the S would mean Small.
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Old 09-15-2019, 06:46 AM
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Before any of you purchase any grips...........

Make sure you check out the dick horton grips.

Bullseye grips that are functional and gorgeous!

I have three sets of grips, one for the pardini, the fwb, and the SW 41.

Google Horton Grips for lots of pictures.

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