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Got the Ruger Bisley grip frames, thanks!

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Just like Yul as I follow him, Any Ruger Bisley grip frames out there you'd sell? Looking for the metal grip frames. New or old are ok. Let me know, thanks, Preacherman

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Are original and new model interchangeable? I know Midway has stainless “large frame” as they put it for $109.

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You want the factory with Ruger medallion? I have a pair laying around somewhere....$30 shipped sound ok? If I find them I'll send pics

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1 hour ago, Carolina Reaper said:

Are original and new model interchangeable? I know Midway has stainless “large frame” as they put it for $109.

yes, large frames have "ears" on them, the ones from the New Model Vaquero's do not, grind off if need be. probably looking for prefit, less work and hassle.

 

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I am looking for the metal grip frames, grip panels would be a bonus, but I don't need them. Yes, I can get new at Brownells too for $96 each, but trying to get a better price. Keep talking to me. Thanks

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1 minute ago, Preacherman said:

I am looking for the metal grip frames, grip panels would be a bonus, but I don't need them. Yes, I can get new at Brownells too for $96 each, but trying to get a better price. Keep talking to me. Thanks

Brain fart, I read through the whole post and pictured the wrong thing in my mind...

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New or old are ok. They're for an old model, but both will work. Yes, if need be you can cut off the "ears". I've done that.

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One more try - to the top we go!

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So can you convert a regular vaquero by changing the grip frame to a Bisley?  Is the grip frame the only difference?  

 

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1 hour ago, Skinny snake eyes pickins said:

So can you convert a regular vaquero by changing the grip frame to a Bisley?  Is the grip frame the only difference?  

 

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Plus the hammer and the trigger and the hex screws for the 2 top grip frame screws to my knowledge

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Here we go. A regular hammer and trigger will fit the Bisley grip frame, although it kind of defeats the whole purpose unless you use a super blackhawk hammer, or a lowered one. You'll have gaps at the trigger and hammer areas, no big deal as I have a pair of these. However, a regular plow handle grip frame will not work with a Bisley hammer and trigger without modifying the grip frame. And, yes you need 2 top "Bisley" type hex screws on the backstrap. It's a personal thing, but I just love the Bisley grip frames and lowerd hammer. A superior design for gunfighter and dualist in my opinion. Send me Bisley frames!

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On 3/28/2020 at 2:40 PM, Dirty Dan Dawkins said:

You want the factory with Ruger medallion? I have a pair laying around somewhere....$30 shipped sound ok? If I find them I'll send pics

Dirty Dan Dawkins, I sent you a PM on these. 

Knucky McPolack

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Do they make plastic frames? I thoght all of them were metal, like steel, brass and aluminum.

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Right, Grip frames are all made of metal. The grip panels could be wood, plastic, stag, etc. Don't need grip panels.

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6 hours ago, Springfield Slim SASS #24733 said:

Do they make plastic frames? I thoght all of them were metal, like steel, brass and aluminum.

Bisley only available in Stainless or Blued from factory. 

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