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Unread 09-02-2020, 07:38 AM   #1
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Default Finn luger grips

Hello.
GT asked to buy some finn grips. Here is a pair of pics to see how they look.
Maybe this can be a sticky?
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How much do those grips go for?
Is it easy to find holsters for the 120mm barrel length?
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Unread 07-13-2022, 02:35 PM   #3
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Hi Angus, as the BW grips are causing quite a sensation right now, the Finn grips have followed suit and are probably in the $200.00 to $300.00 range for an excellent set! BUT!!!! these grips are not to be confused with the Mauser BW grips as the Finn grips ARE NOT Bakelite! And, as a result, some gun oils and gun spray vehicles will attack the plastic and ruin the finish? (how do I know you might ask???) Unlike original Bakelite which is resiliant and resistant to most chemicals... Also, the grips were made to fit commercial DWM model 1923 Lugers and as a result don't always fit Mauser frames correctly... When JVM was doing custom Lugers, I had received about a dozen sets back when they were freshly imported.. Also had the five inch barrels with the large thick angular blade front sight... best to all, til.....lat'r....GT..
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