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They look interesting but don't list which version of PPk's they fit. I'd guess most likely the S&W or Ft. Smith PPk's.

I don't know anything about the company, their website doesn't use SSL so I'm not sure how legit they are.

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The picture they are using is an InterArms Ranger PPK/S made in the USA...
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Then is would fit obviously Rangers but should fit Smith and Wesson models as well, correct?

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The Interarms grip would not fit the S&W PPK S because the S&W PPK/S frame has tabs approximately midway on the sides.
the grip would need modification to clear those tabs.
Even then there may be other slight dimension differences.
 

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Then is would fit obviously Rangers but should fit Smith and Wesson models as well, correct?

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I would assume so but no way to be sure without trying them or getting pics of the internal cutout. My Interarms Ppk had tabs on the inside so I have had to modify almost every set of grips I’ve received. I’m not sure about the Interarms Ppk/s versions.

I like the G10 grips on most guns but I prefer wood grips on my Ppk/ppks guns.
 

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Nor mine. Factory grips look better, imo.
They also feel better, IMHO. :)
Love the way wood grips look but they have always been too thick for me.
MilTac grips, assuming they fit correctly, and retain the OEM thickness, would interest me. Spendy, tho'.
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