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Grips for Taurus 650

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by Nail119, Apr 18, 2007.

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  1. Nail119

    Nail119 Member

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    I just took my new Taurus 650 out to the range. Fired 50 rounds of .38s and all was well. Surprising accurate. When I tried .357 rounds they were a little painful. Can anyone with this experience recommend a better grip that does not impede concealability?
     
  2. full metal

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    m650

    you might want to try lighter bullet's in your gun 158gr kick a lot more than a 125gr bullet.A friend of mine had a smith and wesson scandanavian snub nose and i could only fire 3 rounds out of it and my hand would hurt to much he was useing 357 magnum 158gr bullets.and when he loaded 125gr 357 mag bullets it was a lot easyer on the hand.
    well happy shooting
     
  3. HiWayMan

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    I use wood boots on mine, but I have since cut out using mags becuase of them. The factory rubber boots are about as good a grip as one could ask for where felt recoil is concerned. You may indeed look at dropping grain weight or finding some .38+P+ (ie light magnums).



    Note: .38+P+ is really a magnum in politically correct clothing.
     
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