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Grip recommendations for Super Redhawk

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by PinnedAndRecessed, Aug 17, 2006.

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  1. PinnedAndRecessed

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    I took my Super Redhawk (44 mag) to the range today. I've concluded that the stock grips are too small for my xtra large hands.

    Any suggestions as to where I can get larger type grips? Rubber or wood, either one.
     
  2. P95Carry

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    I actually do not dislike the std grips as such but - prefer the Hogues I have on mine. Easy to get about anywhere.


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  3. Jackal

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    Hogue is now making covered backstrap grips for the Redhawk, just like the ones on the S&W 500.
     
  4. PinnedAndRecessed

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    Does the Hogue grip for revolvers still require the "saddle" on the bottom? Reason I ask is because I put Hogues on a S&W model 65 and never could get them tight.
     
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    Oh, and P95. What kind of lighting are you using for that photograph?
     
  6. Jackal

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    Yes, they require the saddle.
     
  7. PinnedAndRecessed

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    If, after you have tightened the screw as tight as possible, and they're still loose, what then?
     
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    I love the Hogue grips on my SRH 44 9.5 . There is a little slop because the soft rubber around the top of the grip at least on mine.
     
  9. P95Carry

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    Must say mine have cinched up quite tight and I do not notice any obvious slop.
    P and R - my set-up is almost absurd in its simplicity - basic is not in it!!

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    I make use of a white diffuser sheet over the work area and have options for three lights above and to side - often only use two. Camera running entirely manual with white balance set to suit light sources. Exp usually around 1.5 sec @ f11. Sometimes I have to mask lights a bit to reduce bad high spots on reflective stainless or blue.


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