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Walther Gsp

Post by Flytrap1 on 11/10/2014, 5:09 am

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I've been shooting the model 41 for a while now and I'm ready to move to the next level. I'm considering the Walther Gsp and would like to get some opinions .

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Re: Walther Gsp

Post by HUNTERACEE on 4/14/2018, 10:20 am

LOOKING FOR WALTHER GSP GRIP RH XL

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WITH THE WALTHER GSP OLDER MODEL COULD ONE PUT A DIFFERENT TYPE OF GRIP...LESS COMPLEX...OR IS ONE RESTRICTED TO USING THE CONVENTIONAL ONE? SUGGESTIONS WOULD BE APPRECIATED...

Post by HUNTERACEE on 4/16/2018, 1:45 pm

WITH THE WALTHER GSP OLDER MODEL COULD ONE PUT A DIFFERENT TYPE OF GRIP...LESS COMPLEX...OR IS ONE RESTRICTED TO USING THE CONVENTIONAL ONE? SUGGESTIONS WOULD BE APPRECIATED...

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Post by Chris Miceli on 4/16/2018, 1:55 pm

HUNTERACEE wrote:WITH THE WALTHER GSP OLDER MODEL COULD ONE PUT A DIFFERENT TYPE OF GRIP...LESS COMPLEX...OR IS ONE RESTRICTED TO USING THE CONVENTIONAL ONE? SUGGESTIONS WOULD BE APPRECIATED...

you want a GSP grip that doesn't have what features?
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Post by john bickar on 4/16/2018, 3:21 pm

Chris Miceli wrote:
HUNTERACEE wrote:WITH THE WALTHER GSP OLDER MODEL COULD ONE PUT A DIFFERENT TYPE OF GRIP...LESS COMPLEX...OR IS ONE RESTRICTED TO USING THE CONVENTIONAL ONE? SUGGESTIONS WOULD BE APPRECIATED...

you want a GSP grip that doesn't have what features?

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Re: Walther Gsp

Post by fc60 on 4/16/2018, 5:37 pm

Greetings,

If you refer to the older models being attached with two screws on either side versus the newer models that attach with a single draw bolt through the bottom of the grip, yes.

My wife's old GSP has the two screws on either side. We purchased a Morini grip and the metal dog that attaches to the frame.

I also have a GSP-C with the two screws. With the aid of an attaching dog I was able to mount the newer style Walther grip that uses one bolt.

Be aware that the different grip makers use different mounting dogs.

The only problem I encountered was trying to mount a GSP Expert grip to my old GSP frame. For some reason it did not fit correctly.

Cheers,

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