H&R Model 732 grips


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mike04grad
April 3, 2009, 11:26 PM
Anyone know what type of Smith and Wesson style grips will fit on a snub nose model 732? I would like to put a set of Pachmyr or similar grips on one that I was given. I've thought of trying a pair of K frame grips on it and wondered if anyone else has tried this. BTW, anyone else realized how hard it is to find .32 S&W Long these days. It makes .380 and other calibers look like it's overstocked!

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gary vale
April 3, 2009, 11:34 PM
Ya know...I have a H&R mod 732, that I would like to get a set of oversize grips for too...

It's been a while since I have bought any ammo for this gun too...http://i705.photobucket.com/albums/ww54/garyv440/DSCN0169.jpg

xstuntman
April 4, 2009, 12:12 AM
tombstonegrips.com has new ones for the 732 with or without the logo. X

mike04grad
April 4, 2009, 02:37 PM
Gary Vale, your .32 looks almost brand new. The one that I was given had quite a deal of surface rust on the cylinder and some small pitted areas on the frame and barrel. I cleaned it up with some Flitz Metal polish, but now the cylinder has very thin bluing. Anyway, I may have to see if some type of S&W grips will work on it soon. If anybody knows what size will work, with or without a little modification, I would appreciate it.

xstuntman
April 4, 2009, 03:39 PM
An S&W L frame is what the 732/929 grip frame was based on either round or square. Flea-Bay has had the square grips in the past and I believe Tombstone was/is the seller. I'm pretty sure he has the round butt also. X

gary vale
April 4, 2009, 07:49 PM
mike

Keep me posted if you find a set of grips that fit...Yes, this gun is like new,
I still have the original box of .32's I bought for it, mid 80's...

I am trying to sell it...if anyone is interested.
See ad in the WTT / WTS handgun section.

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