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Product Preview: Slim Line Stocks

Scales and stocks made from G10 have become very popular options for knives and firearms, proving strong enough to retain their shape and structure even when pared down to slim dimensions.

Rifleman Q & A: What in the World is G10?

I have repeatedly seen the descriptor “G10” used in the magazine in reference to the stock panels on modern pistols. Obviously it has nothing to do with the group of countries involved in the Int’l Monetary Fund, so what, exactly, is G10?

New from Eagle Grips

What is Kirinite? No, it's not found on Superman's home planet, but it is featured on many of Eagle Grips' new entries.

Grip or Stocks

Before automatic pistols had one piece receivers of best-quality, industrial grade polymer, they came with two pieces of (usually) wood fastened to the sides of the butt. Revolvers go even farther back in the chronology and did the same thing. Wood shapes easily and can even be user-customized.

Sanderson Grips

In the era of bullseye shooting that started before World War II, the revolver was king. In those days, most folks shot either Colt or Smith & Wesson.

Eagle Grips

One of the easiest ways to customize a handgun is with a good set of grips.

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