|Important: The Recover CC3H Grip and Rail System will NOT fit on compact 1911's (if your pistol uses a 7 round magazine or the 8 round magazine does not sit flush with the frame then it is a compact and the CC3H is not compatible), do not purchase this product if you have a compact 1911. There are times that the CC3H will not fit properly on Rock Island Armory and Taurus PT1911 pistols, if you own a Rock Island or Taurus PT1911 and want to ensure a perfect fit, please purchase the CC3C.|
|The Recover Grip and Rail Systems have proven to be the most stable rail solutions on the market as well as the most popular, and are easily installed on your gun and under 3 minutes. The high-grade, lightweight, glass reinforced polymer ReCover can be installed without the need for a gunsmith, and requires no permanent modifications to be made to your firearm. The ReCover 1911 grips are the simplest way to update the look of your 1911 while providing fully a functional picatinny rail.|
*To install, simply unscrew your old grips, screw your new grip and rail system into place using existing hardware. Finally, use the supplied hardware to tighten rail into place. *
Compatible with the following 1911 brands
American Tactical, AMT, ATI, Auto Ordnance
Cabot, Carolina Arms, Caspian (slides and frames only)
Charles Daly, Colt, CZ USA, Dan Wesson,
Detonics, Ed Brown, GSG (.22LR 1911 copy),
Interstate Arms (Regent), Interarms, Israeli Arms Industries,
Iver Johnson, Kimber, Les Baer,
Nighthawk, Norinco, Para Ordnance/Para USA, Regent,
Remington, Ruger, Smith & Wesson, Springfield Armory,
TİSAŞ, Walther/Umarex (.22LR 1911 copy),
Wilson Combat, Valtro
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
A. They are not any thicker than standard grips
Q. Will these work on a Commander?
A. These will work on all full sized 1911 frames, ie frames that take 8 round magazines, the Commander frame is a full sized frame with a shorter barrel, therefore it will fit
Q. Are these sturdy enough to handle a light and hold 0?
A. The CC3H will hold 0 with a laser mounted and are even sturdy enough to use in conjunction with an upper rail
Q. I am concerned that these will damage my gun
A. There is no way for these to damage your gun, we use the same glass reinforced polymer that most firearm manufacturers use to make their polymer pistol frames.