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    Are these N frame grips coke bottles?

    They were on a S prefix 29 but the gun has probably seen a few owners.Should I assume they’re not matching set due to the fact that one has grain and the other one doesn’t? If there’s a better angle I should get let me know. Thanks and advance, Brian
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    Yes those are the stocks known as "cokes". They are most likely a matched pair as the factory rarely worried about matching grain.
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    Thank you. Does the diamond around the screw hole give it away or is that sometimes there in standard target stocks too?
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    The checkered area is much larger and the bottom profile is much more oval than the target stocks.
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    Nice set of shooter grade "cokes". Just yesterday sold a very nice pair for $400.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Squid View Post
    Thank you. Does the diamond around the screw hole give it away or is that sometimes there in standard target stocks too?
    The diamond denotes pre 1968


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    Notice the shape of the grips on the right. It resembles the shape of the old glass Coke bottles with the palm swell.
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