Let us know if you find any. Years ago I had a nice Rossi Model 88 revolver and couldn't find any decent aftermarket grips for it. Finally I added aTyler T-Grip adapter to it just to get the grip feeling a little better in my hand.
July 26, 2008, 02:37 AM
After some extensive research, I found some, or more over what fit's on the Rossi 461/462 for a good price.
If you send me a dollar, I'll tell you were to get wood grips and for a good deal too, and if you send me $2, I'll tell you another useful secret on how to improve your gun, if you promise not to make it public knowledge.
July 26, 2008, 02:48 PM
Gunbroker or eBay
July 28, 2008, 01:12 PM
With some dremel work, I manged to fit a pair of safariland finger groove grips for a j-frame smith on my 462. They were able to be made to fit, and now they fit perfectly and look almost factory, but you have to be good with a dremel.
One important caveat: There is a strange 1/4 inch hole below the cylinder release on the 462 that is covered by the factory grips. The speed loader notch on my safariland grips exposes about half of this hole.
I would post pics, but my camera was just stolen
July 28, 2008, 02:32 PM
My Taurus 85 has that same hole. The old Rossis don't. Odd. Pachmayr Grippers have been made for the small frame Rossis for at LEAST 20 years. I have had 'em on my m88 and still have a 511 .22 with a set.
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