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    I ordered, back in November, a grip for my 9x18 PM from Marschal. I ordered walnut with oil finish and checkering without the star to mimic an East German grip. This however, is not entirely relevant. I want to ask anyone here who owns a set of Dennis's fine grips, can his grips use a standard MilSurp screw or do I need a certain screw? I have a small bag with about 4 or 5 milsurp screws in it, but none like what you'd get with the PMG from Fab Defense (although I have one installed on my IJ-70) or the Pearce grip.
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    I have three of Dennis's grips and all were made for the regular smaller diameter fluted screw head. Don't remember having any issues but you may want to double check the length of the threads to be sure it does not lock the magazine in the frame. Great grips by the way, zero issues!

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    Depends, sometimes he also sends extra screws with his grips. He did that with some P64 grips I ordered a few years ago anyway.

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    When I ordered a couple of sets of grips several years ago, he had the option to use both the Russian/Bulgarian and E.G. screws. Very beautiful grips!

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    Hate to bump but I got my grips in this afternoon. As I no longer own my .380 IJ-70 (sold it a month back), I only have my 9x18 Bulgarian commercial model. Here is how they look! For fun I put my 1979 Raketa watch on the photo set. I thought it complimented the gun well.
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    So a December to February delay? That sounds about normal for his (excellent) work.
    I'm always looking for rare varieties of 9x18 ammunition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by North Bender View Post
    So a December to February delay? That sounds about normal for his (excellent) work.
    November to February. But regardless it all paid off.
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    Very nice!

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    Thanks guys! I'm really pleased with how my PM looks now. Hopefully it'll shoot as good as it looks! I haven't fired this one since the day I got it (3/3/2012), so I don't remember how a PM feels when it is fired

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    Quote Originally Posted by RusskieSniper View Post
    Thanks guys! I'm really pleased with how my PM looks now. Hopefully it'll shoot as good as it looks! I haven't fired this one since the day I got it (3/3/2012), so I don't remember how a PM feels when it is fired
    Feels good, looks good, sounds good, smells good!

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    Nice looking grips for sure. I have never been disappointed in his work.

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