Lipseys 454 Casull

Discussion in 'Ruger Revolver Forums' started by BuzzardsRoost, Jun 25, 2017.

  1. BuzzardsRoost

    BuzzardsRoost New Member

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    I bought a Ruger 454 Casull Super Blackhawk. Its a beautiful gun. But the Bisley grips it came with it are junk...not even close to fitting. The gap between the grip and grip frame is so large you get pinched every time you fire it...actually small welts.Every magazinewho tested it said the same thing. Is Ruger going to fix the problem by giving all Ruger 454 buyers a decent set of grips at no charge to us?:mad:
     
  2. VThillman

    VThillman Active Member

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    Maybe check with Lipsey's. It's their spec, eh?
     

  3. paulruger

    paulruger Active Member

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    Try Badger grips. I had the same problem with my Lipsey's 480 Ruger SBH! The Ruger grips suck!
     
  4. buster40c

    buster40c Well-Known Member

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    Call Ruger customer service and see what they say. Or like VT said call Lipsey's.
     
  5. VThillman

    VThillman Active Member

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    There are quite a few non-Lipsey's SBH Bisleys out there in 44 Magnum with wooden grips. Any feedback?
     
  6. voodooridr

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    When I did the Bisley grip conversion on my SBH I tried 6 different sets of grips and they all had a gap at the frame, ended sending it off (Ajax I think) and having a set of Buffalo horn grips hand fitted

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  7. SHOOTER13

    SHOOTER13 RETIRED MODERATOR Lifetime Supporter

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    May I suggest YOU buy a pair of grips that do fit... instead of waiting for Ruger.

    Personalization of one's firearm is half the fun of owning one...
     
    Last edited: Jun 26, 2017
  8. BuzzardsRoost

    BuzzardsRoost New Member

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    Buzzards Roost--Ruger 454 Casull-poor grips

    My thanks to all those who responded to my problem. Rather than take a chance on another factory grip, I think the best advice is to send the gun to a specialist for custom fitted grips. Since Ajax was already mentioned are there other makers you could recommend?

    Thank You, Buzzards Roost, NRA Benefactor