Here is a favorite from the mid 1970s that has not been superseded or underpriced since it hit the market during that decade: the Sile Walnut combat grips for the Smith & Wesson J frame Chief’s Special Revolvers like models 36, 60, 640, 637, 317PD, 351PD, and 340PD. Not only are these grips period appropriate even for pinned-barrel vintage Chief’s Specials like our R- prefix model 60s that we try so hard to acquire; they are smooth enough for easy drawing and re-pocketing, and the additional 5/8 inch at the forward point of their butt area gives firm manageability during recoil even from a 360 or 340 Magnum. Buyer will receive the grips in the photo. More notable, perhaps, these are attractive grips, genuine light complexion Italian walnut with medium depth checkering and three forward finger grooves. They are strikingly similar to the sparsely-produced Smith & Wesson Combat Grips from the late 1970s and early 1980s. We happily found only two sets of these on closeout status in a remote Southern warehouse. Own this attractive light caramel walnut set of Sile J-Round Premier Combat Grips, brand new in their original factory bag, for only $ 29.95
Nobody we know of allows returns on NIB merchandise besides Wal-Mart, and their stores are consequently full of used merchandise. $3.50 flat fee, USPS First Class Mail with Delivery Confirmation. Better, though, USPS Priority Mail $6.00 flat fee. Add $2.00 for Insurance if desired. MC/Visa or USPS Money Orders accepted for immediate shipment. Half price on shipping for add-on holsters, grips or knives. We will accept personal checks on this item for well-rated buyers, immediate shipment.
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