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Thread: 1911 grip identification help

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    1911 grip identification help

    I bought a used para Canada ssp last night and it has a set of beautiful double diamond grips with a spider in between the diamonds. they are blackish grey wood. inside the grips on both sides their are 3 letters stacked at an angle that says VGW but I can't find any info on them. anybody got any idea?9550522_02_para_ordnance_ssp_1911_640.jpg
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    Possibly VZ Grips? They're old friends of M1911.org. Contact them and ask if they made them.

    https://vzgrips.com/

    Owner is John Van Zyck.
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    thank you, sent them an email
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spyros View Post
    thanks, I found those to start with but I was trying to find out the maker, one member on another forum said they are from Victor Gun Works out of new York but any info about them is sketchy
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    Yep; CDNN’s been selling them for several years.
    "Sights are for the unenlightened."

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