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Welcome to the blackhawk trail. I have a Tupperware full of grips. Some I bought and didn't like, some came as extras with guns I purchased. Some of them are just to change the look when I get bored.
I have thinned out grip panels on a bench mounted belt sander. Practice with a chunk of scrap wood to get the hang of it. Learned this the hard way.
 

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I recently bought a used blackhawk, the grips that came on it had the medallions and seemed to be factory. They had a flat edge where they meet the grip frame. I dont care for the look and they felt a little weird in hand. I'll get off my lazy butt and go downstairs for pictures. Maybe
 

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Top are an old pair of walnuts.
Second photo are some that came on a Buckeye I bought used.
They are marked xrp. They don't seem thicker than the old older ones but that flat edge at the grip frame feels strange in my hand.
Not sure when they were produced, I'm not a fan.
 
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