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Has anyone tried the original, "old style" grip panels on an A1? A few days ago I purchased a 225A1 with the checkered wood stocks. Love the contrast of the wood and the finish of the gun. Only thing is, the grip on this gun seems a tad on the thick side for a single stack and I was curious if the old style panels fit. As I recall they were a little thinner than the currently offered stocks.
How did I do? The 225A1 was listed as a "Close-out / On sale" for $649 at a combo gun shop/jewelry store. Considering the msrp and what they are going for on the various websites I couldn't resist.

Thanks much, John
 
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Has anyone tried the original, "old style" grip panels on an A1?

Completely different guns. Grips are different. So, will not fit.


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You made a good deal but no joy on the old style grips. Totally different gun.


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Has anyone tried the original, "old style" grip panels on an A1? A few days ago I purchased a 225A1 with the checkered wood stocks. Love the contrast of the wood and the finish of the gun. Only thing is, the grip on this gun seems a tad on the thick side for a single stack and I was curious if the old style panels fit. As I recall they were a little thinner than the currently offered stocks.
How did I do? The 225A1 was listed as a "Close-out / On sale" for $649 at a combo gun shop/jewelry store. Considering the msrp and what they are going for on the various websites I couldn't resist.

Thanks much, John


Sounds like a certain store in Grand Rapids, MI. where I've picked up a Sig 220 Scorpion on close out for $639!!
 
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