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I had these grips in the closet. They were cracked at the bottom and had been repaired incorrectly. I took my Leatherman to them and carved them down to fit a K frame. Some sanding and oil and they came out ok.
 

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Not bad look very funtional and not bad to look at either.First I heard of a leatherman as a wood working tool though. LOL
 

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That type of job never works out for me. I have a dremel and I don't know how to use it j;zn;
 

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Thanks Gents, I used the leatherman because I have better control over it than a Dremel.

Charlie, believe me you didn't miss anything. There were 20 tables and I counted 6 Smith's total show. These guys are new and don't advertise their shows very well.
 

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I did the same thing to some N frame combat grips. I used a drum sander, in the right places,and then finished it off with some hand sanding. Came out pretty nice.

There isn't too much difference in the overall size of K thru N grips. They are all made to fit the hand. Just slightly different profiles to fit the frame. Bob
 
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