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Discussion in 'Handgun Classifieds' started by Ghost cake, Dec 1, 2012.

  1. Ghost cake

    Ghost cake Seattle Active Member

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    Please delete.
     
  2. Wedgehead

    Wedgehead Behind the Redwood Curtain Member

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    What in the heck are "Coke Bottle" grips? Please don't tell me you mean cocobolo.
     
  3. Ghost cake

    Ghost cake Seattle Active Member

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    What? Do you really think I'm a F-ing idiot? You think I don't know what cocobolo is? Google S&W Coke Bottle grips and it will give you an idea of what I'm talking about.
     
  4. mwheue

    mwheue South Everett Member

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    "Cokes" are full size grips (think target-sized). They have, if checkered, a larger checkered area than regular target grips. When viewed from the rear, their shape is similar to the shape of the original Coke bottle, with a swell in the middle. They have a slight flair at the bottom. They came on N-frame guns (mostly 44 and 41 magnums) from the mid 50's through the mid 60's.
     
  5. Wedgehead

    Wedgehead Behind the Redwood Curtain Member

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    Oooohhh. Struck a nerve there, eh?
     
  6. Ghost cake

    Ghost cake Seattle Active Member

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    No sir, I do know what cocobolo is though.
     
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