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Post by John McCormick on 12/21/2020, 2:35 pm

Before I buy a set of these, I'd like to know if they are any more hand-filling than the factory grips, which, for me, are too small. At present I have a set of Herrett's Trainers on my M-41. They're nice, but, again, a little on the small side.

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Post by fc60 on 12/21/2020, 3:03 pm

Greetings,

These Nill grips are pricey; however, something to consider.

They make the Rhomlas style to fit a variety of other pistols. Perhaps someone at the club has a pair for looking at.

http://us.nill-shop.com/SW-Mod.-41-Rhomlas

Cheers,

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Post by LenV on 12/21/2020, 6:27 pm

If you really need a bunch of wood in the grip then look for Herrett Automatics. I had this set custom made for me but I ordered a set of blanks to carve my own for my 952. They may not be making any right now but they might have a set of blanks available. Just a thought. A lot of wood here.

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Model 52 blanks I carved to fit a 952. My checkering looks a lot like skateboard tape..
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Post by rkittine on 12/22/2020, 7:52 am

I have Herretts on my Model 41 and don't care for them. I will probably order some from Dick Horton
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Post by hg401 on 12/22/2020, 9:50 am

I have a set of those Herrett Automatics.  Too large for my smallish hands.

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Post by Sa-tevp on 12/22/2020, 7:04 pm

I have some Herrett H41 stocks on my S&W M41 and like them a lot. I sent them back to Herrett for backstrap checkering and they did a fantastic job even though they warned me the lines would be off slightly and the hand checkering was not the same as the original machine checkering. A very good company to do business with. Rink in Germany might be another company to look at for M41 grips.


I should add that for Rinks I order Large.


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See also https://www.bullseyeforum.net/t12052-rink-ambidextrous-grips

As a final note I like Herrett H52s, H45s and Shooting Star revolver stocks too.
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Post by John McCormick on 12/22/2020, 9:01 pm

Thanks. I've checked out the Rinks and the Nills but I'd like to stay with Herretts since my experiences with them over the years have been good. It sounds like the H41s are a little heftier than the factory grips, which is what I want. For $65 or so delivered, I'll take a chance on them.

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