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Welcome to the site from Tennessee! Lots of grips to chose from...depends on what you like. Smooth, grippy, in between, wood, check out VZ grips they have a large selection. Enjoy your new Kimber.
 

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Welcome from Ohio!!
Grips are a personal thing and really make your firearm yours. There are a whole bunch of choices out there. Do some searching and I'm sure you'll find the ones that are just right for you!
 

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Welcome to the site from Tennessee! Lots of grips to chose from...depends on what you like. Smooth, grippy, in between, wood, check out VZ grips they have a large selection. Enjoy your new Kimber.
Thank you. Like the VZ grips have the Operator II on a few of my other guns just never ran any of their slimline grips. Curious if it makes that much difference. I have smaller hands and like my EDC to be as comfortable as possible.
 

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Welcome from Taylorsville, Ky. I have a SS Pro Carry II and am looking at grips. Not sure what style you want but if you want beautiful wood grips check out Brown's Custom Grips. Mr. Brown is a craftsman, he has the largest gallery of grip pics I've seen and offers them in either satin or glossy finish. You'll pay 2 or 3 times what many grips cost but unless the pictures and testimonials are lying, they're worth it. And since you bought a Kimber....it's worth it. :cool:
 

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Welcome from northern Illinois The_KY_kid. I know one of the guys already mentioned VZ grips, another good company worth checking out is RAASCO grips.
 

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Welcome, from Georgia.
 

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Welcome from Florida found my grips on EBay.
 

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