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Just bought the Ultra CDP II. Great pistol, however I have small hands and with the factory rosewood grips have difficulty reaching the magazine release easily. Any suggestions for where to find thinner grips for this pistol. Remember it has an ambidextrous safety.
 

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www.woodgrips.com

I bought a set from there for the Ultra CDP I used to have. They sell them complete with the correct grip bushings and screws in one package.
 

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Check out the Alumagrips link at the top of this page. His grips are amazing, and he offers some great thin grips. Don't forget, you'll need new bushings and screws, which he also offers.
 

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Thin AlumaGrips:



Get the bushing driver too, the thin bushings strip the screw shot easily.

Same grips on a different pistol:




-- Chuck
 

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Depends on what material you want, but like mentioned above, if you're wanting to stay with rosewood (cocobolo), woodgrips makes some very nice grips at a reasonable price.
 
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