More Elk Stag Grips

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More Elk Stag Grips

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This is my first COVID-era gun-related purchase in over 8 weeks...
That's the longest "dry spell" of not buying any gun accessories or ammo since I was a teenager...
And that was a loooooooooong time ago...

But I think I made up for the wait in style. :wink:

Anyway, I do like Elk Stag grips, and this set called out to me:
Old Army Stag Grips 01 (Small).jpg

I think they look really sharp on my Ruger Old Army. Now I can't wait to get it over to the range and have other shooters oogle over them -- from 6 feet away, of course.
Old Army Stag Grips 02 (Medium).jpg

This Old Army was heavily modified many years ago with:
* A handmade partridge front sight
* A Millet full-blade rear sight
* A Smooth trigger blade (filed away the grooves)
* A trigger stop added (between trigger plunger & spring)
* A 5/16" rammer extension (for target loads)
* Treso Ampco Bronze nipples
* An action job with 3# trigger pull

The grips are the latest addition, and the only change I can think of now is to shoot it MORE!

Tight groups.

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Post by hondo1892 »

Very nice looking grips. I've always liked stag grips over ivory or mother of pearl. I want to get a set for a USFA rodeo that I have but find other things I want more when I have the cash.
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Post by gamekeeper »

I've always liked stag grips, great choice Darryl..... 8)
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Post by marlinman93 »

I really like stag grips on my SAA type guns. Wish I had more of them on all of mine! The set I have on my AWA .45 Colt has a warm yellowish tint to them, and I like the color, and feel.
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I became dehydrated oggling this post. Gorgeous elk stag grips on a stainless ROA. OMG! :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
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Post by ollogger »

Ahhh yes looks mighty fine!!

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:D :D :D
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Those look really nice. 8) :)
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Re: More Elk Stag Grips

Post by fordwannabe »

Can you provide more info on those grips? Who, what, where?
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