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My Favorite SP101 grips

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by west.22, Oct 21, 2011.

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  1. west.22

    west.22 Member

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    these Trausch grips really impressed me. the pachmayr compacs used to be the most comfortable to me when shooting magnums, until i put the trausch on. they are not as wide as the pachmayrs but have all the curves in the right areas. and aside from that i think they are pretty good looking.
     

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  2. ColtPythonElite

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    Never heard of 'em, but they do look comfortable.
     
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    They do look nice...and comfortable. But if they are more comfortable than my old Hogues, I would be very pleasantly surprised.
     
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    Interesting. I've tried the Pachmayrs and Hogues and keep coming back to the stock grips as the most comfortable. I'd be interested in trying those Trauschs if I could find a set locally.
     
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    They seem large. The main use for my sp101 is concealment. My CT overmould grips are comfortable and compact.
    I have a Service six that I carry if printing is not an issue. One more round and a better platform for magnum use.
    Still... they look like they provide good grip
     
  6. west.22

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    they seem to fill the hand a little better than the hogues, and they certainly are more comfortable to shoot magnums with than the hogues, to me anyway. a better all around purchase and no middle finger sting whatsoever. Trausch does have at least a few dealers in the USA, I don't know if that is what you meant by local, but if you go to there website they have links to places in the USA that you can get them from.
     
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    I can't get past that HUGE screw head.
     
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    I use two quarters to remove and install them. same size screw head on each side.
     
  9. dullone

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    I found these Trausch grips an excellant addition to my SP101. Luv em ;)
     
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