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Re the P-225 Morini wood grips did they come with different screws and washers than the stock plastic grips? Looking at the Morini grips the standard plastic screws sit lower in the holes. With the original plastic grips the screw heads are flush with the top of the hole.
 
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A beauty! I'm a fan.


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Posts: 900 | Location: Acadiana | Registered: February 14, 2009Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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That is a beautiful example of an awesome pistol. Enjoy it and shoot the snot out of it. Love my P225!
 
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Damn - nice score! She's a beauty. Too bad BDavis isn't producing his fabulous baseplates any more.


But he is. I ordered some from him about a month ago.


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Awesome! Thanks for heads-up... I'll contact him tomorrow to see if I can purchase 3-4 more P225 mag baseplates.
 
Posts: 2594 | Location: Mid-Atlantic | Registered: December 27, 2002Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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There are very nice surplus holsters and mag carriers as well. A local person on a hunting board sold me these.

I got the holster for about $22 and the mag carrier for $5 when considering adding $10 I suggested for priority mail shipping.

https://photos.app.goo.gl/h7rrghsrgYmFjvZF6
 
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This is good to know, ive only been able to located a few. Ill order a dozen or so tomorrow as well.





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I'm a fan to. Mine is a Herndon example. Added some nice Nills grips.






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A number of years ago I started corresponding with a gripmaker from one of the Eastern European countries. His name was Peter Foldynova. I supplied him with OE grips on which he could base his design. In turn I'd get a set of those grips gratis. Here is a set he made for the/my P225...



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I have two pairs of Peter's 225 grips......love um!! I also purchased two pairs of his BHP grips.
 
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Dang! Now I’m thinking some walnut grips would be just the thang for my 225. I don’t shoot it as much as I should. But then I don’t shoot as much as I should anyway.

BTW tschiemer—your link gives me a 404. I wanted to see that beauty.


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Link fixed.
 
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Beauty for sure.


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Something about these P225s that's just downright attractive, managed to buy mine from a former State Trooper here on this forum many years ago; factory two-tone...



the handle?... it's Latin for "Lover of the Bow".
 
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