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I've got a pair from woodgrips.com on mine. I like them, to me they make a lot of sense for the SC. The gun was already easy to carry because it was so lightweight, now it is thin as well!
 

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Is everyone just Loctiting the thin bushings on the frame or staking them on? I prefer to Loctite since I may want to put the standard bushings on again. Does the Loctite (red) work well?
 

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thin grips

hi guys
i have wilson slim line on all my 1911s and ted yost short triggers
i love the slim line grips .
my 2 cents
howie
 

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Interesting. I had to go the other way and added shims under factory Crimson Trace grip to make the grip wider. I guess the fit is to each is own.
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Red LockTite on the bushings. Order and use the thin bushing wrench too. Don't forget thin screws too. Blue Locktite on the grip screws themselves.

-- Chuck
 

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I use purple LocTite on my grip screws. It's made for removable/adjustable screws.
 
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