Tapco 1911 Grips

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The latest member of the Freedom Group announced a new series of 1911 grips at the recent SHOT Show in Las Vegas.  Tapco is releasing several new grips for the venerable old pistol in their TimberSmith line.

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The grips are made of an engineered wooden laminate, and will come in a variety of styles and color combinations.  Being an engineered wood laminate, the grips are much more resistant to water.

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All of the grips can be had in rosewood, walnut or black.  All of the grips carry an MSRP of $39.99.

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“The Veteran” has an appearance that resembles the styling of the original M1911 pistols.  Three other styles are available:  The Laredo, The Trooper and The Lariat.

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  • DougE

    Wow, they look pretty good. And variety too.

  • Lance

    Nice but I like my CT laser grips LOL!

  • Audible Silence

    I’ll stick with the Hogues my Sig Scorpian came with, but maybe ill put these on my .22 1911.

  • Criticalthinkingiscritical

    If someone is so concerned about grips that are impervious to water why not just get an artificial option like Hogue. I like my G10′s but even their rubber options work well when wet; at least in my experience.

    Is this purely an aesthetics thing? I have a “pretty” 1911 and can understand buying something for looks but that’s not the gun I carry around or keep in my bedside table.