This listing is for One set of grips; buyers, however, may take as many extra sets as we have on hand at the same per-set price, and with no additional shipping charges. Most Smith & Wesson Revolvers manufactured after 1996 have Round Butt Grip Frames. If you aren’t sure which yours is, please see the comparative photo. In the mid to late 1970s, Smith & Wesson marketed only a few smooth-contoured Rosewood Target Stocks for the K Frame Revolvers. They were quite pricey at the time, 35 years ago, in the $30 per set range. There were never many issued, and most of them went on revolvers like the Texas Ranger 19s and Special Order 66s. Here was their slightly-less-pricey competitor, the Sile Rosewood Smooth Target grips. These are still in their 1970s yellow boxes, even though the boxes are somewhat frayed with age. All these are brand new grips, but due to their age there is some occasional slight dulling to their finish. Grip screws and escutcheons are stainless, and only exhibit faint toning at places. These grips are period appropriate for any classic Smith & Wesson K or L Frame Square Butt revolver manufactured from the late 1960s all the way up to the discontinuance of the Square Butt Grip frames around 1995. Models they will fit include models 10, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 64, 65, 66, 67, 581, 586, 681, and 686, square butt grip frame only like the Nixon Era model 66 in the photos, which is not for sale in this listing, and not included, and long gone anyway. These grips with their boxes are collectable in their own right, whether a person even has a revolver or not. They will not accommodate speedloaders, note the configuration of the left panel with a thumb rest recess only. Some of them we’ve used require some internal fitting where the frame’s butt area rivet fits in, not a big deal at all. We’re offering them in their original yellow Sile Boxes, each for only $ 49.00.
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