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Old 08-10-2020, 07:18 PM
Gilliac Gilliac is offline
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New Grips for an old TCM

This may be old news to the RIA community, but it was new to me. I have a very old TCM double stack that is now a 9x23. It is a great gun EXCEPT for the sorry, slick plastic factory grips.

The early models had a unique screw spacing which didn't allow the available Para style grips to fit.

I found a great set of epoxy grips at Stoner CNC who make a special set for the early models of the RIA double stack frame. Big shoutout to these guys at Stoner for this.

Anybody want a free set of sorry, slick plastic factory grips? (Excellent condition!)
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