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If the bottom is oval, yes. Squared off, no.
 

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They probably are but we need much better pictures of the back, the bottom and especially the sides. They might be though...
 

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The gun is for sale with a price of $1050 here in PA. If you are interested I can pass on contact info. Not mine or even a friends, just an ad I saw on an area bulletin board
 

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The top gun is a Pre-27 with 6.5 inch barrel. I was wondering if anyone can tell if those are "Coke" grips

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The bottom one looks like a friend of mine's gun he had specially made when he was competitively shooting. His brothers all confirm he competed against Miculek and he said felt honored came in third a couple times. That gun he had is heavy but perfectly balanced and trigger was extremely light in DA (He said about 1.5 lbs and used only Federal primers as were thinnest at time). He let me shoot it a couple times and it was just pure fun and enjoyment and how easy it made shooting good to be. I still could not put a cylinder full in the same whole (just a small fraction over original) free handed one hand. The gun was a modified 586 and was done in 1975.
 

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Well, compare them to this



I'd say they are.
 
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I agree with Delcrossv, without actually holding the pistol and seeing it in person I would also say yes.
 

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It can be interesting to find a Smith where the grips by themself are worth pretty much as much as many firearms!
 

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This is a Coke:


Not a Coke:


They are both diamond Target stocks. The Coke checker goes lower on the stock.
 
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