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    Little more work on frame should do it

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    Yep, a rainy day and more work on the frame should do it!

    Then you can throw away all those pesky mirrors in the house.
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    Steven,

    I'm going to suggest a great Grip that I have and love on my MkII 6" standard (but also have a MkII Competition Slab Sided much heavier upper). The grip has a full thumb rest, finger wraps and heal support that greatly assist me in maintaining a POI steady hold!!

    It's the now, discontinued (for MkII) Volquartsen Volthane Grip (ignore the title of this page...it Is Definitely for a Ruger MkI or MkII)! Great price and they are disappearing Fast!!

    With your 10" barrel, I imagine a superior hand-held hold and control for the front heavy end of that mirrored beauty!!

    Sorry if you are already aware of this grip, and may have even tried it before. If not, I'll go out on a limb and state I believe it'll look and work great for you!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theo98 View Post
    Steven,

    I'm going to suggest a great Grip that I have and love on my MkII 6" standard (but also have a MkII Competition Slab Sided much heavier upper). The grip has a full thumb rest, finger wraps and heal support that greatly assist me in maintaining a POI steady hold!!

    It's the now, discontinued (for MkII) Volquartsen Volthane Grip (ignore the title of this page...it Is Definitely for a Ruger MkI or MkII)! Great price and they are disappearing Fast!!

    With your 10" barrel, I imagine a superior hand-held hold and control for the front heavy end of that mirrored beauty!!

    Sorry if you are already aware of this grip, and may have even tried it before. If not, I'll go out on a limb and state I believe it'll look and work great for you!!!

    Ted
    I too have the Mark ll competion(slabside model),might switch out grips to see what it would do for looks

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevenstark711 View Post
    I too have the Mark ll competion(slabside model),might switch out grips to see what it would do for looks

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    Life's too short to have "fugly grips" on a pistol with a beautiful finish such as yours. And, your front sight might look better as such:

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    Price on grips and frt sight??

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    Have to agree----keep grips a patterned wood.
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    Beautiful grips! Love that grain pattern!

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