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    Grips For S/W 325

    I Be-live That PAC Myer Made A Set Of Grips That Where Wood & Synthetic Combine For Resolvers , That's What I Would Like To Replace The Stock Grips With ! Can Someone Put Me On The Correct Path

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    My memory is that Pachmayr grips are all made of a soft synthetic, which is cast directly upon (hidden) metal foundations.

    You may be thinking of the grips that are a standard feature of many Ruger revolvers. But they are purpose-made for Ruger, and do not fit S&W revolvers.

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    ditto on steve. there are tons of grip places on line hand gun grips .com and altamont grips to name a couple

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    Nope ! American Legend Where The Name Pac Made Them For A Short Time Did Some History Research !

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    OK, borris, so then you must also know where to find them.
    Why ask us, if you already know the answer?

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    Dearest Steve ! Did Not Know At First But Like I Mention Did Some Other Research And Found Out That At 1 Time They Did Make Them ! This Forum Is For Q&A As Far As Where To Find Those Type Of Grips Or Where I First New About Them Try Looking At G&A October Of 1995 On Page 54 Bottom Of Page Hope This Helps You Some !

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    Ah, the joys of successful research!

    Good for you, borris.

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