Low back grips

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Low back grips

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I have a security six with a low back grip frame, prefix is 151, question is , are there after market grips available for this, or am I looking at something like a TYLER T GRIP? The problem I'm having is my middle finger getting rapped by the trigger guard.
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To start, a low back frame with a 151- prefix serial number is somewhat rare, at the change over point between the low back and high back frames, they put together what was in the bins and then put the serial numbers on. There are high back frames with 150- prefixes (typically low back frames) and low back frames with 151- prefixes (typically high back frames) like yours, so you do have something "special".

The low back frames did not have many after market grips made, normally they were Jay Scott and Herretts. IIRC both did make "oversized" grips. I would check eBay and Gunbroker or some of the other auction sights.

If you're interested in making a set of custom grips, I have a set of Herretts, Zebra wood, oversized, that are not finished. They are inleted correctly for the low back frame, you just have to shape them anyway you want. If you're interested I can make you a pretty good deal on them. You can PM or reply and I'll dig up the pictures of them. Edit - these have been sold.
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Re: Low back grips

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I recently purchased a set from TEXAS GRIPS , mesquite wood, they fit perfect if you’re interested !
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4t5 - thanks for the info. I'll have to check them out, always good to find a supplier for the low back grips.
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