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Notice how it sticks out. I find this feels a lot better than the flush MSH.
I'm looking for something simmilar I can order from a large supplier like midway. But If I can't find anything, I'll just order the original from Rock River.
 

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Probably a recut arched or wedge.

In my opinion, thats exactly NOT how to fit a MSH, but YMMV.
 

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Looks like an Ed Brown Wedge to me also.
 

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From what I can find this is a wedge


Mine is definatly not a wedge.

It looks like the ed brown msh sticks out a bit, but not as much as the Rock River MSH.

Blade, I dont think it has much to do with fitting as the only way to make it level would be to grind it down flush then re-checker.

From other's pictures, it seems consistant that Rock River makes all of the flat MSH's like this. I might as well order one from RRA
 

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The OEM S&W MSH sticks out like that as well.



They are aluminum though. Midway carries them for $11.99 each, all pins/springs included.
 

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I have one just like yours on my Springfield. It came from a dicount gun parts dealer on ebay. I do not like it and am looking for a replacement that fits flush.
 

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The OEM S&W MSH sticks out like that as well.

They are aluminum though. Midway carries them for $11.99 each, all pins/springs included.
I hope that's not how crappy S&W is making their factory MSH. I have a few of those on their way and was expecting them to be typical dimensions, not some crap made to some unknown dimensions.
 

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Looks like a Wilson. I bought a Wilson about 15 years ago that stuck out past the frame like the one shown. I remember thinking at the time that it stuck out almost as much as an arched MSH would.
 

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Thanks guys, I think I'll just order the MSH from Rock River it is cheaper than the wilson MSH.

Thanks, Hogue factor seconds I think it is cocobolo. One is thicker and more shiny but they are very nice grips.. The other side looks even nicer.
 

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There was a MSH like that on eBay a few days ago - might still be there.
 

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I hope that's not how crappy S&W is making their factory MSH. I have a few of those on their way and was expecting them to be typical dimensions, not some crap made to some unknown dimensions.
Sorry to disappoint you, but Ed Brown MSH's fit the same way:


 
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