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Been looking around and finding absolutely nothing for it. I have found some grips for a Arminius HW 357 that is “supposed” to fit,same frame as the windicator.....supposedly.
Anyone know anything about that?

Also....some “reviewers/article writers” are calling it a k-frame style pistol. Reckon those style holsters would work?

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one of the woes of "off brand" firearms is no aftermarket goodies. check in on some dedicated revo forums. have you looked at EAA site? as the importer they may have grips/parts.
 

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one of the woes of "off brand" firearms is no aftermarket goodies. check in on some dedicated revo forums. have you looked at EAA site? as the importer they may have grips/parts.
Yeah and I find this
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@Ellis93 Considering your "I Can Do It" attitude, I'm surprised you haven't found an old abandoned Cherry wood coffee table and decided to make your own grips.
 
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@Ellis93 Considering your "I Can Do It" attitude, I'm surprised you haven't found an old abandoned Cherry wood coffee table and decided to make your own grips.
Don’t have the time to dedicate to that.....I have the cherry,also maple,walnut,etc
I have made grips before for Mr Sandy and tinkered with 1911 grip panels. Doable.....
 

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you could look fo some used n frame? security six? or similar wood boot grip(not panels) and "make" them fit. you can add or take away until you like them.
 

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i think barsony was the maker on ebay that ,when I gave honest criticism about the quality, they came at me with my purchase history. telling me what did I expect for a $20 holster and "you buy used socks" lol

their are way better holsters for $20 that don't feel like seat vinyl and stitched by 7 yr olds. the one I got was so bad I just gave it away.
 

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After a huge amount of reading,I’ve decided to try these
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Arminius wood grip new in packaging. Checkered hw 357
 

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Hello. I’m also looking for grips for my Windicator...the stock grips have wiggle room. How did the Arminius wood grips work out?
Just fine......function and feel wise. Fit is a little off at the top of the grip where it meets the main body of the pistol. I have no real complaints.
it lives in the kitchen cabinets these days and I just so happened to be cooking breakfast 😂
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Thanks for your response. I can’t even find those now....looking into Arminius grip now It’s definitely a kitchen cabinet kind of gun. 😂.
 
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