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So, I've been contemplating delving into another one of the stereotypical manly hobbies...wood working. And not the kind done in front of the computer. Bad jokes aside, I was wondering if anyone else was involved in this because I'm looking for a place in Northern Jersey (Bergen County area) that sells quality tools. I may not need a Lie- Nielsen or Veritas but it would be nice to find a place that sells them so I know what quality looks and feels like. Any leads would be greatly appreciated. KCCO
Hey all. So, I picked up a GP100 off the marketplace recently. The stock rubber hogue grips are good, they feel nice and help with the recoil and all, but the finger groove placement is a little weird for me. I'd like to get something similar to the old 60s/70s coke grips that were on S&W's revolvers. Been looking at a few places like Hogue and Eagle grips (the Eagle heritage grips are about perfect aesthetically, but from what I see they only make those for S&W revolvers). Just wondering if anyone here has any suggestions. Thanks!