Preview: Pachmayr M1911 Diamond Pro Grip

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posted on July 24, 2022
Pachmayr M1911 Diamond Pro Grip

The clamshell stock design of the Diamond Pro Grip contains two traditional M1911-style stock panels with four screw holes and is constructed of a proprietary compound for shooter comfort.

The monolithic unit is sleek and provides rubberized, molded-in finger grooves to cover and enhance the host gun’s frontstrap. Angled serrations are provided along the sides, and a single diamond with a “P” for Pachmayr is emblazoned on each side for looks.

Users can trim away the finger grooves for traditionally shaped M1911 stock panels, if desired. MSRP is $30. For more information, please visit lymanproducts.com.

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