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    OMSBH44 is offline Member
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    Question Better Grips for PPK/S?

    The factory black grips on my new PPK/S are not very
    comfortable. I need something better. I remember a
    PPK/S at a gun show a couple of years ago that was
    wearing a pair of wooden grips that felt great.

    I didn't buy the gun or grips then, and now I wish I had
    that set of wooden grips.

    Does anyone know a good place to find a set of grips
    with some figure in the wood? I would like something
    that looks good as well as feel good.

    Just thought I'd tap into the vast pool of knowledge
    here!

    Thanks.


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    Thanks for the response. I check the web site, which looks good.

    Happy shootin'

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    Unless you're absolutely sold on wood grips, I would also take a look at the Pachmayer Wrap-Around grips for the PPK/S. I added a set to my Walther and it made a world of difference.

    As you already know, the grip on the PPK/S is very small so anything to help me get a better hold on this little snapper was a big help.

    See pics here: THE Definitive Walther Picture Thread (scroll to bottom)

    I use it primarily as a BUG (ankle holster, usually).

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    I have ivory or bufflo horn on my PPK/S's . If you carry the
    Pachmayer tend to cling to clothing and print the weapon. Also in a hurried draw with a smooth grip you can slip pistol in hand if drawing grip wasn't right. With rubber all most impossible to do quickly.
    Great for range not best for street just my 02.
    I don't find PPK/S that snappy with 380 unless useing Corbon. Then a little snappy. My 12 year old daugther can fire.

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