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Once I find a set I like, they usually stay put.

Just a tip about those titanium grips, order a set of frame savers from VZ Grips. Those grips, like AlumaGrips will chatter slightly and remove the bluing from the frame. It happened to me on a custom build from a well known Smith.
 

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Once I find a set I like, they usually stay put.

Just a tip about those titanium grips, order a set of frame savers from VZ Grips. Those grips, like AlumaGrips will chatter slightly and remove the bluing from the frame. It happened to me on a custom build from a well known Smith.
Thanks for the helpful tip, Have a Great New Decade!
 

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I dont swap grips after I fitted most of my 1911s with VZ Grips with "Super Scoops" or whatever they call them...

I've always liked WE knives aesthetically but cant swallow buying from a Chinese company. Im certain im missing out... those look awesome!
 

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I dont swap grips after I fitted most of my 1911s with VZ Grips with "Super Scoops" or whatever they call them...

I've always liked WE knives aesthetically but cant swallow buying from a Chinese company. Im certain im missing out... those look awesome!
Are those the Begg Knives 1911 Ti grips?

I hear you on buying from a chinese company.
 

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I dont swap grips after I fitted most of my 1911s with VZ Grips with "Super Scoops" or whatever they call them...

I've always liked WE knives aesthetically but cant swallow buying from a Chinese company. Im certain im missing out... those look awesome!
I agree with you but, they do produce a fine knife for the money... check them out if you get the chance.
 
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