What is this grip for?

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Hey all
Recently obtained a large lot of grips and various parts for many different semi autos and revolvers , and I'm trying to identify a few items I don't recognize.

I have two sets of these plastic revolver grips that were in a bag full of Ruger P89 grip panels and I'm at a loss. Reverse image search using Google lens etc had been fruitless as well.

Any help appreciated!
 

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Looks like a Ruger 77/22 grip for a synthetic stock - don't believe they catalog it anymore. May have been on other M77s besides the 22.

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Looks like a Ruger 77/22 grip for a synthetic stock - don't believe they catalog it anymore. May have been on other M77s besides the 22.

Ruger-77-22-Synthetic-22-LR_100836728_344_77A88F2C05865EE6.jpg
Awesome! Impressive. Thanks so much. I was incorrectly assuming it was some very skinny awkward revolver grip from the shape. Not familiar with this rifle at all.

Much appreciated!
 
The 77/22 was one of those rifles that I always wanted, except Ruger refused to make them left-handed. Must have stuck in my brain after so many fruitless trips through Ruger catalogs.
 
The 77/22 was one of those rifles that I always wanted, except Ruger refused to make them left-handed. Must have stuck in my brain after so many fruitless trips through Ruger catalogs.
Glad I asked in the right place then!

I think I'll call Ruger and ask if the panels were the same for the 77 and 77/22 because I'm seeing mixed results online...then maybe I can find someone in need so they can find a good home.

Thanks again for your knowledge.
 
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