Grip Screws, GI Pattern, set of 4, stainless Grip Screws, GI Pattern, set of 4, stainless

Grip Screws, GI Pattern, set of 4, stainless

$12.85

Our flat head grip screws are made to the original GI print, and have a concave slot profile to allow the use of a cartridge rim as a field expedient screwdriver.  Set of 4.

Prehardened 416 stainless bar stock with natural finish.  For standard GI thickness grip panels, do not fit thin grips.

 

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    Our flat head grip screws are made to the original GI print, and have a concave slot profile to allow the use of a cartridge rim as a field expedient screwdriver.  Set of 4.

    Prehardened 416 stainless bar stock with natural finish.  For standard GI thickness grip panels, do not fit thin grips.

     

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    Reviews

    Al Booth

    Perfect parts

    For such a simple part, this is the best designed and made.

    Smart

    Anything that will make a field fix easier is a smart choice - and these are one of them. Anything "flat" including a .45 acp case will work - Not an extra allen-wrench or torx that you have to carry and most likely lose when you need it. Good Buy.

    What it says on the tin.

    Seriously. They're grip screws, they do what they're supposed to. And, as advertised, the rim of a 45 Auto case works in a pinch as a screw driver for them.
    Ken Windeler

    The Way They're Supposed to Be...

    OK, I was aware of these 1911 stock screws and was a bit cautious about the price. But after a couple of trips to the range, I was shooting my brother's Colt MK IV which has the original and correct stocks screws in it. Well they were loose and a cartridge case snugged them back up. Cool! So I decided to try these, and bought two sets of blued and one stainless. I must say that the quality of these screws are noticeable right away, and have a much nicer finish compared to the current Colt dull blued ones. I've tried most brands, hex type and slotted, but now I recommend these. If you appreciate good quality you will not be disappointed IMO.
    Steve Peterson

    Slotted is where it's at!

    Forget the hexhead fad and put some grips screws on that you'll actually have a way to tighten up. These are the best made grip screws I've found. And the fact that you can tighten them with the rim of a 45ACP case is a huge plus since you shouldn't have a 1911 without a 45 case! They also get and stay tighter than any other grip screws I've found.
    Hellsing76

    Great Grip Screws!

    Great machining, strong threads, great replacements on all my Springfields and Les Baer S.R.P. I tried one set and was instantly hooked. All my standard grip thickness 1911's now wear these. Very happy with all the screw sets I have purchased, even the stainless ones brought a whole new look to my SS TRP Tactical and with the 10-8 Gen2 SS slide stop on that pistol, it came together nicely.
    Jimmy

    Realist

    These are terrific, no more Allen Keys for me!
    Chris A.

    Overlooked, Understated

    Grip screws are another one of those parts often overlooked. the 10-8 offerings here add simplicity and value and remove the need to keep up with that pesky allen head key or worse, torx key. Most of us have a flat head screw driver somewhere, or even better, a .45acp cartridge... Cheap Insurance, well executed, work perfectly with 10-8 grip screw bushings.
    rickdm

    Beautiful machining

    Really nice screws, will dress up any gun. You wouldn't think plain old screws could be so nice.
    B

    The best grip screw I have ever used.

    I first saw these over a year ago and I had a G10 type grip pad on my Les Baer. You have to keep those grips tight or the G10 acts like sand paper an it will take off the bluing. Finally they got them in and I needed an armorer tool and some of the 10-8 lubricant so I bought the screws. I have 9 1911 and I was so happy to finally try the screw. I had my fill of Torx screw stripping the torx or Allen head screws on my Kimber and I broke two screws because you can get to much torque with an Allen head wrench. So now I finally got the screws and I loved them. The problem was it was going to cost me over $110 just for the screws not including shipping . But after having them on one gun at a time and Like the les Baer you have to take off the grips to get the MSH pin out. So you are taking these screws out the most and they nevem marred and kept their shine. I just ordered my last set I needed for my Kimber and all of my guns will have grip screws that will last a life time and look good. So it was a lot of $$ for grip screws. But it is a one time investment to do that many guns. To me it was well worth it. I would recomend these to anyone that takes care of thir guns and takes them apart to do a good cleaning.