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I ordered and recieved my set of new wood grips from woodgrips.com. Very nice grips , Craftsmanship is excellent. I had also ordered new set of Ed Brown Stainless Steel grip screws, But I don't think I like the look, so I bought a set of Ed Brown Blued grip screws.



 

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Those are some very nice looking grips. :)
And I think you're right, it looks better with blued (black) screws. :thumb:
 

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+ 1 on the black screws. Looks Good!!
 

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The grips coupled with the screws really dress it up nicely.
 

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Thank's guy's. These grips are cut for ambi safety -they are also available without(as most grips are)

However, I did have to use my dremmel to modify both grips to 'properly' fit the thumb safeties. Some people just install the grips 'as is' but I wanted my safeties to operate like they did with the factory grips.
 

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Just a note:

when changing to aftermarket 1911 grips, you should also change the grips screws, the Taurus factory grip screws are designed to be used with the Taurus factory grips, and are different than standard 1911 grip screws. I have seen some people just 're-use' the Taurus grips screws with new 1911 grips, but the Taurus grips screws sit on top of these new grips, not recessed like the standard grips screws.
 
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