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Found these nice Rosewood grips on ebay a couple weeks ago and got them today. I have another set that are the same style and I really like how they feel.
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Here they are on my 686. Dont know if they will stay here or not
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Here is the other set I bought a few years ago shown on my M15
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Great looking grips there. I have several pair of Thai grips. They may be knock offs or copies but they are excellent quality and mimic the originals perfectly. I got a few of their Cokes copies. I can’t afford $500 for the real thing so I got the Thai Cokes and love them. I hope you enjoy yours!
 

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Just a stunning grain .. was it much work to fit them?
Didn't have to do anything to them. They do fit really tight and I thought I might have to do a little sanding, but didn't. Had the dark ones on my M15 for a while. Thought they were too dark for the gun but I really shoot it good with them so since the new ones are lighter I tried them on the M15. I think this is where they are going to end up
There were 4 or 5 sets with the same style and same wood but this was the only set with a lot of contrasting dark/light grain pattern

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Hey Jonesy,

Sweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeet!

Later, Mark
 
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