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WTB - left hand Beretta PFS Grip

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by citadel, Oct 5, 2010.

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  1. citadel

    citadel Active Member

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    Still looking for a left hand Beretta PFS grip if you have one available. Please send photo and price to. doug@citadel-usa.com. If you have a left hand PFS comb we need that also
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    Doug
     
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    What I under stand the PFS Grip are both right and left handed grips. Pom swell on both sides. Thats what on my Beretta with a PFS.
    The stock has the rods on the other side for a left handed shooter. But the comb would be left or right only. I hope the helps.
     
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    Doug,

    I tried sending you an email, but it came back. At any rate, I have a PFS grip which may fit your Beretta. When will you be back at Coon Creek.

    Jon Schorle
    916-296-8543
     
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    Thanks for the infomation but while you can use any of the grips either right of left handed they actualy are different. The area behind the palm swell extends futher back either on the right or left side depending on which hand the grip was set up for when originally put on the gun. It is a matter of additional comfort when you get the correct one.

    Doug
     
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