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  • 1. What are your shipping charges and what carriers do you use?

    SHIPPING:

    Continental United States

    Minimum shipping charges on merchandise under $99.9 5 is $8.50. We prefer to ship via US Priority Mail. Because shipping charges depend on value and weight , correct shipping charges will be added at the time of your order. To Hawaii and Alaska, minimum shipping of $16.00 shall be applied. We can ship your order by the carrier of choice after talking to one of our representatives. Please call 800-323-6144

    OVERSEAS:

    OVERSEAS SHIPPING BY INTERNATIONAL EXPRESS POST is an additional $26.00 in most cases. Please contact us for further details.

  • 2. Listed here are our hours of operation. Central Time Zone.

    ON-LINE

    You can order online 24 hours a day using our secure shopping cart located at www.eaglegrips.com

    BY FAX

    630-260-0486

    BY PHONE

    We take orders by phone Monday thru Friday, 9 am. - 4:30 pm. CST

    Call Toll Free: 800-323-6144

    National number: 630-260-0400

    FAX: 630-260-0486

  • 3. How do I know if my S&W revolver has a round or square butt?

    S&W revolver frames were and are still offered in round or square butt back strap configuration, depending on the frame and model. Although your gun may look like a square butt, it could be a round butt. Please check specific grip applications for photos to identify your frame.

  • 4. What makes your gunfighter grips for Ruger and Colt type single actions different from original factory grips?

    Gunfighter grips differ from factory grips in their overall width and contour. This shape, we believe, improves the point ability of the gun. The contour between the thumb and finger allows the shooters hand to roll with the recoil and recover for a second shot more quickly. Click the specific pictures to see the difference.

  • 5. How do I know if my Ruger Super Blackhawk has a round or squared trigger guard?

    Generally, the older Super Blackhawks had longer grip frames when compared to the Blackhawk/Vaquero. These longer frames were squared off at the rear of the trigger guard.

  • 6. How do I take care of my Mother of Pearl grips

    Mother of Pearl or Nacre as it is also called, does not require a lot of care to keep it looking great. Mother of Pearl being a product of Nature can be very strong and durable but can also be very fragile. There are firearms over one hundred years old with their original Mother of Pearl grips intact and well used. This is the exception not the rule. These grips are best used for display, overtightening of grip screws can damage or crack the grip, snug is best. We do offer a grip restoration service at our Carol Stream, Illinois facility. Taken care of Mother of Pearl grips will retain their beauty for many decades.

  • 7. Do you offer grips for original or replica cap-n-ball revolvers?

    Yes, we do make grips for these revolvers. However we need the firearm to do this work.These revolvers either original or replica are not regulated by the ATF. Some States and local Governments do have restrictions on these.

  • 8. Do your 1911 grips fit all 1911 style pistols?

    Our 1911 grips are made to Colt 1911 frame specs. As some 1911 style firearms are not made to the same specs, grips will not interchange. It is best to always check with the maker of your pistol before ordering grips or for that matter parts.