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I decided I wanted something different on my P229 Elite. I have Hogue black checkered G-10s on most of my SIGs, the remainder have factory grips. When I bought this pistol, it had E2 grips on it, which I don't like. I found these grips on Amazon for $80; they're listed as being handmade of padauk wood and shipped from Thailand. Therefore I was surprised when a box showed up in the mail today with a return address from Frankfurt, Germany, shipped via Deutsche Post to my address. Inside were the grips I ordered through Amazon.

Air gun Trigger Wood Gun barrel Everyday carry


The grips fit perfectly and are a bit bigger than I'm accustomed to, but feel comfortable in the hand. There's something about the warmth of wood grips that enhances the look of a pistol.
 

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I want one of those now ! Could carry that out to a fancy dinner.
Both are great looking Sig's. I appreciate the ones that look like a serious tactical tool and the ones that look like a classic piece of pistol art.
 

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I love the look of a rich wood on a black gun. But wood grips are just too thick for my hand.
 
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Are they "authorized" Sig parts? Wonder how they get by with logo if not.

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I don’t think so, the same seller is on eBay too. But tbh, they look fantastic, even if they’re not. I doubt SS cares enough to fry small fish like that.


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I don’t think so, the same seller is on eBay too. But tbh, they look fantastic, even if they’re not. I doubt SS cares enough to fry small fish like that.


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Ohhh...it looks good. I may start offering logos on holsters then.
Brown Hand Wood Beige Rectangle


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They look awesome! Those thai grips are a great find. I have several grips for revolvers and outside of a little fitting they were well made and great looking. Enjoy!
 

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I want one of those now ! Could carry that out to a fancy dinner.
How does that work? You go out to a nice steak dinner and upon being seated rest the weapon center table between your ribeye and a nice glass of wine? Seeing those 3 things together on a table would be photo worthy just not sure how the waitress and those dining at the table next you would react 🤔
 

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They would all probably ask for a copy of the photo.
 

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I decided I wanted something different on my P229 Elite. I have Hogue black checkered G-10s on most of my SIGs, the remainder have factory grips. When I bought this pistol, it had E2 grips on it, which I don't like. I found these grips on Amazon for $80; they're listed as being handmade of padauk wood and shipped from Thailand. Therefore I was surprised when a box showed up in the mail today with a return address from Frankfurt, Germany, shipped via Deutsche Post to my address. Inside were the grips I ordered through Amazon.

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The grips fit perfectly and are a bit bigger than I'm accustomed to, but feel comfortable in the hand. There's something about the warmth of wood grips that enhances the look of a pistol.
Nice catch. Wonder if They are trying to copy Nils?
 
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