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Old 05-30-2012, 05:43 PM
Vettepartz Vettepartz is offline
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Question on Early Sistema Grips




My references, both Clawson and Gherovici, mention that the early Sistemas made in Argentina had wooden grips very similar to the Ballester-Molina grips. I believe I have a pair, which are pictured here next to a Ballester-Molina to show the difference. These grips will fit on a Colt frame, but not the B-M as the spacing is different between the screw holes. My question is: Does anyone here know the approximate dates or serial numbers when these were used. Something a little more specific than "early".

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